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03 Jan 2006 17:38 PST
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What U.S. cities have the highest annual 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 http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/oa/climate/online/ccd/avgsnf.txt 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 http://ols.nndc.noaa.gov/plolstore/plsql/olstore.prodspecific?prodnum=C00095-PUB-A0001#TABLES I hope this helps. Googlenut Google Search Terms: average annual snowfall ://www.google.com/search?q=average+annual+snowfall&hl=en&lr=&ie=ISO-8859-1&safe=off
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