Iowa currently has an average state-wide seasonal snowfall of 40 inches. I think we're a bit higher here in the north, around 50-55 inches. We have about 30 on the ground right now, give or take, and that's including a lot that's been packed down by time - snow settles - and occasional ice/sleet/drizzle. More snow's forecasted for later this week! I am VERY concerned about flooding this spring. Not for us so much, since we're on high ground and all, the worst we'll likely see is a little random basement seepage. But south of us, especially in the lower Des Moines area and other points along the Des Moines river (and further south yet into Missouri, Arkansas, etc) it might get REALLY bad. I wonder why no one's talking about spring run-off and flooding yet. This winter might make '93 and '07 look like kiddie parties.