It seems logical that they will continue to accumulate some energy until the sunlight is completely blocked. We need some advice from a pro which, I am not
It really depends on how much snow. A light dusting should be fine. 3 ft of snow and it might as well be night outside. Plus the weigh of snow can damage the panels.
Not sure. My experience is with a nursery I go to for native plants. They have no power other than solar. Their old panels recently replaced did not work at all when overcast or barely. The new panels keep on cooking along streaming power all day long. Those new ones work on a dark cloudy day just as good. Seems as long as there is visible light they produce power. So, I would think like Besarien that a light to moderate dusting may only act like a filter especially with a sunny day.
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