How to calculate snow load?

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Kochi, India

To figure out the load on your roof, take the depth of snow in feet and multiply it by the weight of a cubic foot of snow . If the snow weighs 10 pounds per cubic foot and there are 1.5 feet on the roof, each square foot of the roof is getting 15 pounds of pressure.

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