Light snow will have a negligible impact on the energy production of your panels, which will heat up and melt the snow. For heavier snow, because solar panels are installed at an angle the heat will melt the layer in contact with the panel, and the snow will usually slide off easily. It’s also helpful to be aware that the estimated production of your solar system design does take weather — such as snow or cloudy days — into consideration.
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