Minnesota stormwater managers must recognize that runoff from snowmelt has special characteristics, and that BMP design criteria addressing only rainfall runoff might not work well during cold periods. This becomes a major problem because a substantial percentage of annual runoff volume and pollutant loading can come from snowmelt.
This page (Category) provides links to tables that provide information on stormwater in cold climates.
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This page was last edited on 5 August 2022, at 12:29.