Restore old snowfall forecast map
You used to have a map that showed contours of expected snow depth of a storm. This was by far the most useful info on what a storm's impact was likely to be. It showed (if you don't remember) contours of depth like 1" - 6", 6" - 12", etc. Simple, clear, useful. I don't mean the probability of precip, precip history, or current precip. Please bring back this highly useful map. If you still have it, it's buried in the site so it's impossible to find. Thank you.
No, not so much as a past reference (though actual snowfall is interesting especially for those who want to compare predictions with actual), but forecast snowfall. This current storm is a perfect situation to show a 24 hour prediction of expected snowfall (inches/mm snow depth, not water equivalent). With that information, communities ahead of the storm would have a general idea if they're going to get 2 feet of snow, and places on the fringes could see that they're going to get only a foot to 18", or 6 to 12", or whatever.
I believe you have a 6 hour forecast map. Just make that a 24 hour map and you'll likely indicate total snowfall of a storm.
We just released a winter storm archive section: http://wunderground.com/winter-storms
Were you wanting these maps for archive purposes? I believe it is our intent to include snow forecast maps with every new major storm...
These were done for every snow storm of any size as a matter of course.
Was this in the context of a winter storm? If so, do you recall the particular storm? We're in the middle of working on those and this would be a good time to address the issue. Thanks!