# Where to find reliable snowfall rate data?

I am looking for multiple weather stations (in different regions) or field measured data, that contain both solid/liquid precipitation data.

Thank you.

• you can do a search for hydrology and see what you can find,where i live we have this site dedicated to show water in all its forms senorge.no/aboutXgeo.html it is in norwegian so it will probably not be very helpfull but it can give you an idea of what to look for,if you are lucky you can find something simmilar for your area. – trond hansen Aug 3 '20 at 4:26
• Here is snowview climate.arizona.edu/snowview/main – David LeBauer Oct 3 '20 at 3:45

The total accumulation of snow is not equal to the sum of the accumulated rate of the integral. That is, $$\Delta S \ne\int_{t_0}^{t_1}Rdt$$ where $$\Delta S$$ is the change in snow depth and $$R$$ is the snowfall rate. This is because compaction and melting both occur, changing snow depth.