Average Snowfall In Ohio
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Preface

Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
- Homeowners Insurance: An Overview
- Ohio Fires 1995–1999
- 2000 Homeowners Insurance Premiums in Selected Ohio Cities
- 1997 Homeowners and Renters Insurance Premiums by State
- Where the Homeowners Insurance Premium Dollar Goes in US
- How to Save Money on Homeowners Insurance
- 1995–2000 Ohio and US Construction Costs
- Ohio FAIR Plan
- Insurance Provided by US FAIR Plans—1999
- Flood Insurance
Average Snowfall in Ohio
- Mine Subsidence Insurance
- Tornadoes in Ohio and US
- Cost of Catastrophes
- Settling a Homeowners Insurance Claim
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Glossary
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On December 30, New York City and the Northeast were blanketed with snow that reached depths of 9 to 20 inches. The storm was the biggest since the Blizzard of 1996 (which left 20 to 30 inches of snow). December, 2000 set a record for the most snow in the North Central states.
(The New York Times, 12/31/00)