2011 – 2012 Snowfall

Top 10 Snowiest
Cities in the United States
Last Updated 5/9/2012

Now – Last Update

US States
 and Cities

 City
Population

2011 – 2012
Snowfall Totals

Average
Snow to Date

1-1 Anchorage, Alaska

275,043

134.5

74.4

2-2 Lakewood, Colorado

140,671

78.2

???

3-4 Rochester, New York

211,091

59.9

99.3

4-3 Denver, Colorado

557,917

55.6

36.3?

5-5 Grand Rapids, Michigan

193,780

51.2

74.9

5-6 South Bend, Indiana

105,262

51.2

66.6

7-9 Syracuse, New York

141,683

50.6

123.8

8-7 Fort Collins, Colorado

128,026

49.9

???

9-8 Erie, Pa

102,612

47.6

101.2

10-11 Ann Arbor, Michigan

113,271

40.1

???

Some of The Other Snowy
Cities in The United States

11-12 Worcester, Mass

175,898

39.7

64.1

12-10 Lansing, Michigan

115,518

39.3

51.1

13-14 Cleveland, Ohio

452,208

38.9

68.2

14-18 Pittsburgh, Pa

316,718

36.9

41.9

15-20 Spokane, Washington

196,818

36.8

44.8

16-13 Buffalo, New York

279,745

36.7

94.5

17-15 Flint, Michigan

118,551

33.2

47.4

18-16 Fort Wayne, Indiana

223,341

32.2

33.5

19-19 Green Bay, Wisconsin

101,203

31.7

51.3

20-21 Pueblo, Colorado

103,495

32.1

31.6

21-20 Madison, Wisconsin

221,551

31.4

50.8

22-23 Akron, Ohio

210,795

31.0

47.4

23-22 Milwaukee, Wisconsin

578,887

29.6

46.8

24-24 Hartford, Connecticut

124,397

26.7

40.5

25-25 Detroit, Michigan

886,671

26.0

42.7

26-27 Salt Lake City, Utah

178,097

24.8

56.1

27-26 Rockford, Illinois

152,916

24.3

36.7

28-27 Minneapolis, Minnesota

372,811

22.3

54.0

29-28 Colorado Springs, Colorado

369.815

21.7

37.4

30-30 Des Moines, Iowa

194,163

20.9

34.9

31-37 Toledo, Ohio

301,285

20.8

37.7

32-31 Omaha, Nebraska

414,521

20.4

26.5

33-32 Chicago, Illinois

2,842,518

19.8

36.7

34-37 Provo, Utah

113,459

19.0

???

35-34 Lincoln, Nebraska

239,213

18.8

26.0

36-35 Providence, Rhode Island

176,862

17.8

33.8

37-36 Joliet, Illinois

136,208

17.0

???

38-38 Sioux Falls, South Dakota

139.517

15.9

44.8

39-39 St Paul, Minnesota

275,150

14.9

???

40-40 Bridgeport, Connecticut

139,008

13.6

28.1

41-42 Columbus, Ohio

730,657

12.2

27.5

42-41 Allentown, Pennsylvania

106,992

12.0

32.9

43-43 Peoria, Illinois

112,685

11.5

24.6

44-44 Seattle,
WA

573,911

10.5

???

45-51

Albuquerque, New Mexico

494,236

10.0

???

46-45 Indianapolis, Indiana

784,118

9.8

25.9

47-46 Boston, Mass

559,034

9.3

43.9

48-47 Dayton, Ohio

158,873

9.2

24.0

49-52 Springfield, Illinois

115,668

9.2

20.9

50-49 Newark, New Jersey

280,666

8.8

28.6

51-50 Boise, Idaho

193,161

8.6

16.7?

52-51 New York, New York (Central
Park)

8,143,197

7.4

25.1

53-53 Cincinnati, Ohio

308,728

5.6

22.1

54-54 Philadelphia, Pa

1,463,281

4.0

22.4

55-55 Kansas City, Missouri

444,965

3.9

18.8

56-60 Topeka, Kansas

121,946

3.1

17.8

57-58 Wichita, Kansas

354,865

3.0

14.7

58-56 Independence, Missouri

110,208

2.9

???

59-57 Springfield, Missouri

150,298

2.8

???

60-59 Washington DC (National)

550,521

2.0

14.5

61-61 Oklahoma City, OK

531,324

1.8

7.8

62-62 Baltimore, Maryland

635,815

1.8

20.2

63-63 Tulsa, Oklahoma

382,457

1.7

???



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2 thoughts on “2011 – 2012 Snowfall

    • No doubt BT that some of the smaller cities pile the snow on including your city. There has been sooo many times where I watch the snow bands drop south of Buffalo and just sit kind of like they do here in the Syracuse area except the opposite. They drop down to us but then go back up north to Fulton, Oswego, the Tug Hill area and just sit. Nothing but respect for the totals you get :)

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