Melted snow is water. Water, because it is a liquid, is hard to weigh as you normally only weigh solids. Liquids would have to be measured litres or gallons. So the answer to that question would depend on how much snow had actually melted- eg. 12% ice and 78 % is water and 10% is debris caught in the snow as it fell
ONE CUBIC FOOT OF CARBON DIOXIDE WILL WEIGH, 0.1144 OF A POUND.
A cubic foot of nitrogen weighs .0784 pounds
1204 lbs / cubic foot for 24k gold.
A cubic foot of copper weighs about 550 pounds
1 cubic foot of aluminum weighs 169.344 Lbs
A cubic foot of platinum weighs 1,330 pounds.
Depends entirely on the material. For example 1 cubic foot of feathers does not weigh the same as 1 cubic foot of gold.
one cubic foot
The .5 cubic foot bags of landscaping rocks you can buy weigh 50 lbs.
It would weigh 1,342 pounds.
1 cubic foot of manure weighs 50 lbs.
Pulverised coal = 38 pounds per cubic foot
One cubic foot of common red brick weigh 120 pounds. For fire clay bricks, the weight is 150 pounds per cubic foot.
A cubic foot of lead will weigh about 321 kg at room temterature, or about 708 pounds.
Weight per cubic inch is: .307
One cubic foot of silver weighs 653 lbs. Longfellow
30 cubic feet of water weigh roughly 1,875 pounds.
Weight: 62.416 pounds per cubic foot at 32°F
1 cubic foot = 62 puonds