Very light - The earth is perceivable white
Light - 1 to 10cm
Medium - 10 to 50cm
Pretty heavy - 50 to 100cm
Heavy - 100 to 150cm
Very heavy - More than 150cm
In Finland, snow appertain to a normal winter. I don't know how much would be an average and of course the volume of snow depends on it where you are located. In Lapland (north Finland) temperatures are lower and you get more snow. Southests parts of Finland can suffer from the lack of snow almost whole the winter. According to my cognitions I would say that we get normally something around 20 to 70 cm here east/pretty south. Or got. As to snow, recent years have been pretty poor. I've even heard that there weren't snow at all in the southest part of the country in the last year. Except the year before last year there were a real "snowstorm" on our corners. We got snow surely 100 to 150cm (and because our backyard is pretty space and plane snow drifted there. I estimate that the drift was finally something around 3m high. It was odd to watch out of a window when you saw more snow than sky. But this snow and drift didn't stay whole the winter).
I hope that we'll get snow in the future too. It lights a little when there are dark all around you and is much more comfort than rain and wet environment.
"Ei oo, ei tuu, ei heru, eikä tipu
Tämä elo on kuin kivinen perunamaa
Ei oo, ei tuu, ei heru, eikä tipu
Sieltä ituisia perunoita aina vaan saan"
Stig - Perunamaa
Last edited by TaMMa89; 11-22-2008 at 10:50 AM.