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Subject: Weather/snowfall
Category: Miscellaneous
Asked by: gregatwan-ga
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Posted: 03 Jan 2006 17:38 PST
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Question ID: 428726
What U.S. cities have the highest annual snowfall?
Subject: Re: Weather/snowfall
Answered By: googlenut-ga on 03 Jan 2006 19:18 PST
Hello gregatwan-ga,

A table of snowfall data can be found at the website of the US
National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration.

National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration 
Comparative Climatic Data
Snowfall (Including Ice Pellets and Sleet) - Average Total in Inches

If you copy this data into a spreadsheet program and sort by the last
column (annual data) you will find that the following five cities are
reported to have the highest annual snowfall:

Valdez, AK - 327.2 inches
Mt. Washington, NH - 259 inches
Blue Canyon, CA - 240.3 inches
Yakutat, AK - 192.6 inches
Marquette, MI  - 143.3 inches

For more information on how this data is determined see the following page:

National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration 
Comparative Climatic Data

I hope this helps.


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