Indiana Snow Report

June 15 2024
Snowpack Snowfall Totals Forecasts

Indiana SNOW REPORT

June 15 2024



SNOWPACK DISTRIBUTION

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RECENT SNOWFALL TOTALS

Indiana is a state with generally mild winter conditions, and therefore, the presence of snowpack is limited. Mountain ranges that provide snow for the state are virtually non-existent, as Indiana is located in the Great Lakes region, characterized by a relatively flat topography. Snowfall in the state primarily comes from weather systems originating in the northwest, which can deposit light to moderate snowfall during the winter months. Indiana's snowpack is typically shallow and short-lived, with the highest accumulations occurring in the northern counties. The runoff from melted snow primarily feeds into the Wabash and Maumee Rivers, which drain into the Mississippi and Great Lakes basins, respectively. Overall, snow science and the study of snowpack conditions in Indiana are limited due to the state's relatively low snowfall and lack of significant mountain ranges.





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