2012 – 2013 Snowfall Totals

The 2012 – 2013 Snowfall Season

Top 10 Snowiest
Cities in the United States for 2012 – 2013 Snow Season
Last Updated 5/31/2013

Now – Last Update

US States
 and Cities

 City
Population

2012 – 2013
Snowfall Totals

Average
Snow to Date

1-1 Syracuse, New York

141,683

115.4

123.8

2-2 Worcester, Mass

175,898

108.9

64.1

3-3 Erie, Pa

101,786

105.5

100.9

4-4 Anchorage, Alaska

275,043

94.0

74.5

5-18 Lakewood, Colorado

140,671

90.7

???

6-33 Fort Collins, Colorado

128,026

79.2

???

7-13 Denver, Colorado

557,917

78.4

???

8-5 Rochester, New York

211,091

78.1

99.5

9-6 Green Bay, Wisconsin

104,057

74.2

51.4

10-7 Madison, Wisconsin

221,551

70.6

50.9

Some of The Other Snowy
Cities in The United States

11-8 Salt Lake City, Utah

178,097

69.9

56.2

12-20 St Paul, Minnesota

275,150

69.4

???

13-22 Minneapolis, Minnesota

372,811

67.7

54.4

14-9 Ann Arbor, Michigan

113,271

66.5

???

15-10 Grand Rapids, Michigan

193,780

66.0

74.9

16-11 Bridgeport, Connecticut

139,008

64.3

27.6

17-12 Boston, Mass

559,034

63.4

43.9

18-14 South Bend, Indiana

105,262

59.9

66.6

19-15 Buffalo, New York

279,745

58.8

94.7

20-16 Pittsburgh, Pa

316,718

57.4

41.4

21-17 Hartford, Connecticut

124,397

56.9

40.5

22-23 Des Moines, Iowa

194,163

55.2

35.3

23-19 Provo, Utah

113,459

51.9

???

24-21 Cleveland, Ohio

452,208

51.7

68.2

25-24 Detroit, Michigan

886,671

47.7

42.5

26-25 Akron, Ohio

210,795

47.2

47.5

27-26 Providence, Rhode Island

176,862

46.3

33.8

28-27 Milwaukee, Wisconsin

578,887

45.0

46.9

29-28 Flint, Michigan

118,551

43.8

47.4

30-29 Spokane, Washington

196,818

43.5

44.9

31-40 Sioux Falls, South Dakota

139.517

43.3

44.9

32-30 Columbus, Ohio

730,657

41.2

26.7

33-31 Rockford, Illinois

152,916

40.5

36.7

34-32 Fort Wayne, Indiana

223,341

38.5

33.5

35-34 Dayton, Ohio

158,873

36.3

23.3

36-37 Omaha, Nebraska

414,521

35.7

26.5

37-35 Indianapolis, Indiana

784,118

34.5

25.9

38-39 Independence, Missouri

110,208

33.2

???

39-36 Springfield, Illinois

115,668

33.1

20.9

40-38 Kansas City, Missouri

444,965

31.8

18.8

41-43 Lansing, Michigan

115,518

30.2

51.1

42-41 Chicago, Illinois

2,842,518

30.1

36.3

43-42 Wichita, Kansas

354,865

30.0

14.9

44-45 Topeka, Kansas

121,946

29.6

17.8

45-49 Colorado Springs, Colorado

369.815

29.6

37.7

46-44 Newark, New Jersey

280,666

29.5

28.5

47-48 Lincoln, Nebraska

239,213

27.5

26.0

48-46 New York, New York (Central
Park)

8,143,197

26.1

25.8

49-47 Cincinnati, Ohio

308,728

25.2

22.1

50-53 Pueblo, Colorado

103,495

24.4

31.8

51-50 Peoria, Illinois

112,685

22.7

24.6

52-51 Toledo, Ohio

301,285

22.4

37.6

53-52 Allentown, Pennsylvania

106,992

21.4

32.9

54-54 Joliet, Illinois

136,208

19.3

???

55-55 Boise, Idaho

193,161

16.0

???

56-56 Springfield, Missouri

150,298

12.7

???

57-57 Philadelphia, Pa

1,463,281

8.3

22.4

58-58 Baltimore, Maryland

635,815

8.0

20.1

59-59 Oklahoma City, OK

531,324

7.7

7.6

60-60

Albuquerque, New Mexico

494,236

3.5

???

61-61 Washington DC (National)

550,521

3.1

15.4

62-62 Seattle,
WA

573,911

0.6

???



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