Top 101 cities with the highest average snowfall in a year (population 50,000+)

Snowfall distibution for all U.S. cities (pop. 50,000+)

Top 101 cities with the highest average snowfall in a year (population 50,000+)

RankCitySnowfall
1.
Youngstown, OH (housing) (pop. 65,184)395.1 in
2.
Flint, MI (housing) (pop. 99,763)222.4 in
3.
Toledo, OH (housing) (pop. 282,313)185.0 in
4.
Philadelphia, PA (housing) (pop. 1,553,165)177.8 in
5.
Camden, NJ (housing) (pop. 76,903)140.3 in
6.
Springfield, OH (housing) (pop. 59,357)132.6 in
7.
Cincinnati, OH (housing) (pop. 297,517)130.3 in
8.
Buffalo, NY (housing) (pop. 258,959)112.0 in
9.
Gary, IN (housing) (pop. 78,450)101.9 in
10.
Schenectady, NY (housing) (pop. 65,902)96.1 in
11.
Woodland, CA (housing) (pop. 56,590)95.9 in
12.
Rochester, NY (housing) (pop. 210,358)91.5 in
13.
Dayton, OH (housing) (pop. 143,355)90.8 in
14.
Louisville, KY (housing) (pop. 262,764)83.2 in
15.
Port Arthur, TX (housing) (pop. 54,135)82.2 in
16.
Baton Rouge, LA (housing) (pop. 229,426)80.8 in
17.
Detroit, MI (housing) (pop. 688,701)79.5 in
18.
Pittsburgh, PA (housing) (pop. 305,841)79.5 in
19.
Terre Haute, IN (housing) (pop. 61,025)76.9 in
20.
Cleveland, OH (housing) (pop. 390,113)76.7 in
21.
Montebello, CA (housing) (pop. 63,495)75.5 in
22.
Hamilton, OH (housing) (pop. 62,258)71.7 in
23.
Merced, CA (housing) (pop. 81,102)71.6 in
24.
Hartford, CT (housing) (pop. 125,017)70.3 in
25.
Council Bluffs, IA (housing) (pop. 61,969)68.6 in
26.
Medford, OR (housing) (pop. 77,677)64.4 in
27.
Evansville, IN (housing) (pop. 120,310)64.3 in
28.
Longmont, CO (housing) (pop. 89,919)64.1 in
29.
Delano, CA (housing) (pop. 52,403)62.6 in
30.
Anderson, IN (housing) (pop. 55,670)62.4 in
31.
Duluth, MN (housing) (pop. 86,128)62.2 in
32.
Memphis, TN (housing) (pop. 653,450)61.9 in
33.
St. Louis, MO (housing) (pop. 318,416)61.5 in
34.
New Braunfels, TX (housing) (pop. 63,279)61.3 in
35.
Macon, GA (housing) (pop. 89,981)60.3 in
36.
Charleston, WV (housing) (pop. 50,821)60.2 in
37.
Tulsa, OK (housing) (pop. 398,121)59.7 in
38.
Bakersfield, CA (housing) (pop. 363,630)58.5 in
39.
Kansas City, MO (housing) (pop. 467,007)56.5 in
40.
Chico, CA (housing) (pop. 88,077)56.3 in
41.
Joplin, MO (housing) (pop. 50,789)55.3 in
42.
Vallejo, CA (housing) (pop. 118,837)55.1 in
43.
Birmingham, AL (housing) (pop. 212,113)54.9 in
44.
Dubuque, IA (housing) (pop. 58,253)54.7 in
45.
Canton, OH (housing) (pop. 72,535)53.5 in
46.
Joliet, IL (housing) (pop. 147,806)52.5 in
47.
Columbus, OH (housing) (pop. 822,553)52.1 in
48.
Akron, OH (housing) (pop. 198,100)51.9 in
49.
Eugene, OR (housing) (pop. 159,190)51.9 in
50.
Milwaukee, WI (housing) (pop. 599,164)51.1 in
51.
Saginaw, MI (housing) (pop. 50,303)50.7 in
52.
Turlock, CA (housing) (pop. 70,365)50.2 in
53.
National City, CA (housing) (pop. 59,834)50.1 in
54.
Manchester, NH (housing) (pop. 110,378)50.0 in
55.
Lorain, OH (housing) (pop. 63,710)49.9 in
56.
Muncie, IN (housing) (pop. 70,316)49.8 in
57.
Indianapolis, IN (housing) (pop. 843,393)48.8 in
58.
Antioch, CA (housing) (pop. 107,100)48.6 in
59.
Grand Rapids, MI (housing) (pop. 192,294)47.4 in
60.
Pontiac, MI (housing) (pop. 59,887)47.3 in
61.
Casa Grande, AZ (housing) (pop. 50,111)47.3 in
62.
Rockford, IL (housing) (pop. 150,251)47.3 in
63.
Oakland, CA (housing) (pop. 406,253)47.1 in
64.
Elkhart, IN (housing) (pop. 51,265)46.9 in
65.
Kansas City, KS (housing) (pop. 148,483)46.9 in
66.
Dallas, TX (housing) (pop. 1,257,676)46.8 in
67.
Greensboro, NC (housing) (pop. 279,639)46.7 in
68.
St. Paul, MN (housing) (pop. 294,873)46.4 in
69.
Peoria, IL (housing) (pop. 116,513)45.1 in
70.
Little Rock, AR (housing) (pop. 197,357)44.4 in
71.
Kalamazoo, MI (housing) (pop. 75,548)44.1 in
72.
Springfield, MA (housing) (pop. 153,703)44.0 in
73.
Taylor, MI (housing) (pop. 61,817)43.2 in
74.
Roanoke, VA (housing) (pop. 98,465)43.0 in
75.
Portland, OR (housing) (pop. 609,456)42.5 in
76.
Lawton, OK (housing) (pop. 97,151)41.5 in
77.
Waco, TX (housing) (pop. 129,030)41.2 in
78.
Compton, CA (housing) (pop. 97,877)40.8 in
79.
Beaumont, TX (housing) (pop. 117,796)40.7 in
80.
Battle Creek, MI (housing) (pop. 51,848)40.5 in
81.
Irvington, NJ (housing) (pop. 58,920)40.5 in
82.
Huntersville, NC (housing) (pop. 50,458)40.4 in
83.
Lancaster, CA (housing) (pop. 159,523)40.2 in
84.
Winston-Salem, NC (housing) (pop. 236,441)40.1 in
85.
Utica, NY (housing) (pop. 61,808)40.0 in
86.
Warren, MI (housing) (pop. 134,873)39.5 in
87.
Midwest City, OK (housing) (pop. 56,756)39.4 in
88.
Pueblo, CO (housing) (pop. 108,249)39.4 in
89.
Decatur, IL (housing) (pop. 74,710)39.4 in
90.
Newport News, VA (housing) (pop. 182,020)39.1 in
91.
Shreveport, LA (housing) (pop. 200,327)39.1 in
92.
Baltimore, MD (housing) (pop. 622,104)38.7 in
93.
Springfield, MO (housing) (pop. 164,122)37.9 in
94.
Waterloo, IA (housing) (pop. 68,366)37.7 in
95.
Edinburg, TX (housing) (pop. 80,836)37.6 in
96.
Bend, OR (housing) (pop. 81,236)37.4 in
97.
Suffolk, VA (housing) (pop. 85,728)37.4 in
98.
Pasadena, CA (housing) (pop. 139,731)37.3 in
99.
Tucson, AZ (housing) (pop. 526,116)37.3 in
100.
Nampa, ID (housing) (pop. 86,518)36.7 in
101.
Yuma, AZ (housing) (pop. 91,923)36.6 in
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