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Table 2.

Trends in extreme high and extreme low snowfall years for the periods 1900–01 to 2006–07 and 1950–51 to 2006–07 sorted by NCDC region. Trends are reported as the change in the percentage frequency (100 yr)−1 using Kendall’s estimate of the regression slope. The average percentage frequency during the 1937–38 to 2006–07 climatological base period is 10% in each case. Trends significant at the p < 0.10 level are bold, and at p < 0.05 are bold and italic.

Trends in extreme high and extreme low snowfall years for the periods 1900–01 to 2006–07 and 1950–51 to 2006–07 sorted by NCDC region. Trends are reported as the change in the percentage frequency (100 yr)−1 using Kendall’s estimate of the regression slope. The average percentage frequency during the 1937–38 to 2006–07 climatological base period is 10% in each case. Trends significant at the p < 0.10 level are bold, and at p < 0.05 are bold and italic.
Trends in extreme high and extreme low snowfall years for the periods 1900–01 to 2006–07 and 1950–51 to 2006–07 sorted by NCDC region. Trends are reported as the change in the percentage frequency (100 yr)−1 using Kendall’s estimate of the regression slope. The average percentage frequency during the 1937–38 to 2006–07 climatological base period is 10% in each case. Trends significant at the p < 0.10 level are bold, and at p < 0.05 are bold and italic.
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