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In the Case Specific zones, what is the normal procedure for determining a ground snow load for design?  I've tried contaction local county official/plans examiners and none can offer an answer.  I'm currently looking at the topo maps for the region, and the school is located in a valley at approximately 1000 ft above sea level.  Another county farther south is about 2400 ft and has a ground snow load of 25 psf.  Should I use the elevations to determine a ground snow load or is there another route?  We do a lot of design in West Virginia so I'd like an accurate method for obtaining reasonable design ground snow loads.

Thanks.  




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