so since both have Des Moines in the 8-9 range, is that a fair estimate for snowfall for us?
I think everyone is afraid to answer that question, after the discussion this A.M. But here I go--- I have no professional training in meteorology. BUT when there is a big *** L in the middle of Kansas heading toward southwest Iowa. Chances are with ample moisture, precipitation will occur in varying amounts in the areas that receive precipitation.
"To run this drill, Everyone line up in a circle, pair up in rows of three, alphabetically"
i assume the snow compacting isn't taken into account?
For some reason, I feel a threshold has been crossed with this question and the absurdly thorough anal examination this storm has undergone in this thread. I feel like the inmates have abused this fish enough.
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