Some of the Top 25 Snowiest Cities in the United States 2015-2016 Snow Season Updated 5/24/2016

5/24 - 4/28

US States
 and Cities

 2010 City
Population

2015 - 2016 Snowfall Totals

Normal Snow to Date

1-1 2015-2016 CHAMPS Lakewood, Colorado

142,980

93.2

55.0

2-2 Syracuse, New York

145,170

80.3

123.8

3-3 Fort Collins, Colorado

143,986

72.8

54.9

3-6 Denver, Colorado

600,158

72.8

???

5-4 Erie, Pennsylvania

101,786

71.2

100.9

6-5 South Bend, Indiana

101.168

70.2

66.6

7-7 Flint, Michigan

102,434

69.0

47.4

8-8 Sioux Falls, South Dakota

153,888

68.5

44.9

9-9 Rochester, New York

210,565

63.7

99.5

10-10 Grand Rapids, Michigan

188,040

61.1

74.9

11-11 Buffalo, New York

261,310

55.1

94.7

12-12 Ann Arbor, Michigan

113,934

54.3

57.3

13-17 Colorado Springs, Colorado

416,427

50.7

37.7

14-13 Green Bay, Wisconsin

104,057

50.0

51.4

14-14 Lansing, Michigan

114,297

50.0

51.1

16-15 Rochester, Minnesota

106,769

47.9

52.1

17-16 Worcester, Mass

181,045

47.2

64.1

18-18 New York, New York (JFK)

8,175,133

41.4

23.8

19-19 Milwaukee, Wisconsin

594,833

39.1

46.9

20-20 Anchorage, Alaska

291,826

38.3

74.5

21-21 Minneapolis, Minnesota

382,578

36.7

54.4

22-22 Newark, New Jersey

277,140

36.4

28.5

23-23 Allentown, Pennsylvania

118,032

36.2

32.9

24-24 Boston, Mass

617,594

36.1

43.9

25-25 Detroit, Michigan

713,777

35.3

42.5

Some of The Other Snowy Cities in The United States

26-26 Baltimore, Maryland

620,961

35.1

20.1

27-27 Salt Lake City, Utah

186,440

34.3

56.2

28-28 Spokane, Washington

208,916

34.2

44.9

29-29

 Lowell, MA

106,519

32.9

52.0

30-30 Cleveland, Ohio

396,815

32.8

68.2

31-31 Madison, Wisconsin

233,209

32.7

50.9

32-39 Pueblo, Colorado

106,595

31.4

31.8

33-32 Chicago, Illinois

2,695,598

31.2

36.6

34-33 Reno, Nevada

225,221

31.1

21.8

34-38 Manchester, New Hampshire

109,565

31.1

???

36-34 Des Moines, Iowa

203,433

30.3

35.3

37-35 Akron, Ohio

199,110

30.2

47.5

38-36 Pittsburgh, Pa

305,704

29.6

41.9

39-37 Providence, Rhode Island

178,042

28.7

33.8

40-46 Billings, Montana

104,170

28.1

54.9

41-40 Philadelphia, Pa

1,526,006

27.5

22.4

42-41 Omaha, Nebraska

408,958

27.4

26.5

42-42 Fargo, North Dakota

105,549

27.4

50.4

44-43 Bridgeport, Connecticut

144,229

27.3

27.6

45-44 Provo, Utah

112,488

27.1

57.1

46-45 Toledo, Ohio

287,208

26.4

37.6

47-47 Rockford, Illinois

152,871

24.0

36.7

48-48 Washington DC (National)

601,723

22.2

15.4

49-49 Lincoln, Nebraska

258,379

20.5

26.0

50-50 Fort Wayne, Indiana

253,691

20.1

33.5

51-51 Columbus, Ohio

787,033

17.1

26.7

52-52 Peoria, Illinois

115,007

15.3

24.6

53-53 Lubbock, Texas

229,573

13.3

8.2

53-54 Indianapolis, Indiana

820,445

13.3

25.9

55-55 Albuquerque, New Mexico

545,852

9.8

???

 

 

Some of the Top 25 Snowiest Cities in the United States 2015-2016 Snow Season Updated 5/20/2016

5/20 - 4/28

US States
 and Cities

 2010 City
Population

2015 - 2016 Snowfall Totals

Normal Snow to Date

1-1 2015-2016 CHAMPS Lakewood, Colorado

142,980

93.2

55.0

2-2 Syracuse, New York

145,170

80.3

123.8

3-3 Fort Collins, Colorado

143,986

72.8

54.8

3-6 Denver, Colorado

600,158

72.8

???

5-4 Erie, Pennsylvania

101,786

71.2

100.9

6-5 South Bend, Indiana

101.168

70.2

66.6

7-7 Flint, Michigan

102,434

69.0

47.4

8-8 Sioux Falls, South Dakota

153,888

68.5

44.9

9-9 Rochester, New York

210,565

63.7

99.5

10-10 Grand Rapids, Michigan

188,040

61.1

74.9

11-11 Buffalo, New York

261,310

55.1

94.7

12-12 Ann Arbor, Michigan

113,934

54.3

57.3

13-17 Colorado Springs, Colorado

416,427

50.7

37.7

14-13 Green Bay, Wisconsin

104,057

50.0

51.4

14-14 Lansing, Michigan

114,297

50.0

51.1

16-15 Rochester, Minnesota

106,769

47.9

52.1

17-16 Worcester, Mass

181,045

47.2

64.1

18-18 New York, New York (JFK)

8,175,133

41.4

23.8

19-19 Milwaukee, Wisconsin

594,833

39.1

46.9

20-20 Anchorage, Alaska

291,826

38.3

74.5

21-21 Minneapolis, Minnesota

382,578

36.7

54.4

22-22 Newark, New Jersey

277,140

36.4

28.5

23-23 Allentown, Pennsylvania

118,032

36.2

32.9

24-24 Boston, Mass

617,594

36.1

43.9

25-25 Detroit, Michigan

713,777

35.3

42.5

Some of The Other Snowy Cities in The United States

26-26 Baltimore, Maryland

620,961

35.1

20.1

27-27 Salt Lake City, Utah

186,440

34.3

56.2

28-28 Spokane, Washington

208,916

34.2

44.9

29-29

 Lowell, MA

106,519

32.9

52.0

30-30 Cleveland, Ohio

396,815

32.8

68.2

31-31 Madison, Wisconsin

233,209

32.7

50.9

32-39 Pueblo, Colorado

106,595

31.4

31.8

33-32 Chicago, Illinois

2,695,598

31.2

36.6

34-33 Reno, Nevada

225,221

31.1

21.7

34-38 Manchester, New Hampshire

109,565

31.1

???

36-34 Des Moines, Iowa

203,433

30.3

35.3

37-35 Akron, Ohio

199,110

30.2

47.5

38-36 Pittsburgh, Pa

305,704

29.6

41.9

39-37 Providence, Rhode Island

178,042

28.7

33.8

40-46 Billings, Montana

104,170

28.1

54.7

41-40 Philadelphia, Pa

1,526,006

27.5

22.4

42-41 Omaha, Nebraska

408,958

27.4

26.5

42-42 Fargo, North Dakota

105,549

27.4

50.4

44-43 Bridgeport, Connecticut

144,229

27.3

27.6

45-44 Provo, Utah

112,488

27.1

57.1

46-45 Toledo, Ohio

287,208

26.4

37.6

47-47 Rockford, Illinois

152,871

24.0

36.7

48-48 Washington DC (National)

601,723

22.2

15.4

49-49 Lincoln, Nebraska

258,379

20.5

26.0

50-50 Fort Wayne, Indiana

253,691

20.1

33.5

51-51 Columbus, Ohio

787,033

17.1

26.7

52-52 Peoria, Illinois

115,007

15.3

24.6

53-53 Lubbock, Texas

229,573

13.3

8.2

53-54 Indianapolis, Indiana

820,445

13.3

25.9

55-55 Albuquerque, New Mexico

545,852

9.8

???

 

CITIES THAT WERE DROPPED

Updated 5/3

48 Abilene, Texas

117,063

5.1

4.7

48-34 Boise, Idaho*

205,671

10.9

19.2

49-New Lexington, Kentucky*

295,803*

15.3

13.0

52-39 Amarillo, Texas*

190,695

13.4

17.7

43-New Richmond, Virginia*

210.309*

15.1

10.3

55-50 Cincinnati, Ohio*

296,943

19.2

22.1

56-New Nashville, Tennessee*

644,014*

11.3

???

57-New Louisville, Kentucky*

597,337*

14.9

12.5

58-40 El Paso, Texas*

649,121

8.1

???

59-41 Midland, Texas*

111,147

8.0

4.8

63-55 Springfield, Illinois*

116,250

15.7

20.9

65-52 Joliet, Illinois*

147,433

12.9

???

66-46 St Paul, Minnesota*

285,068

33.3

???

67-54 Dayton, Ohio*

141,527

12.7

23.3

68-58 Hartford, Connecticut*

124,775

26.9

40.5

63 Wichita, Kansas

382,368

4.3

???

59 Topeka, Kansas

127,473

4.9

17.8

56 Kansas City, Missouri

459,787

5.9

18.8

57 Springfield, Missouri

159,498

3.0

???

56-56 Columbus, Ohio

787,033

17.1

26.7

60* Oklahoma City, OK

579,999

1.2

7.6

68-68 Independence, Missouri

116,830

4.2

15.0

69-69 Seattle, WA

608,660

Trace

5.9

 

 

Some of the Top 25 Snowiest Cities in the United States 2015-2016 Snow Season Updated 5/3/2016

5/3 - 4/28

US States
 and Cities

 2010 City
Population

2015 - 2016 Snowfall Totals

Normal Snow to Date

1-1 Lakewood, Colorado

142,980

92.2

54.5

2-2 Syracuse, New York

145,170

80.3

123.7

3-3 Fort Collins, Colorado

143,986

72.8

54.4

3-6 Denver, Colorado

600,158

72.8

???

5-4 Erie, Pennsylvania

101,786

71.2

100.9

6-5 South Bend, Indiana

101.168

70.2

66.6

7-7 Flint, Michigan

102,434

69.0

47.7

8-8 Sioux Falls, South Dakota

153,888

68.5

44.6

9-9 Rochester, New York

210,565

63.7

99.2

10-10 Grand Rapids, Michigan

188,040

61.1

74.9

11-11 Buffalo, New York

261,310

55.1

94.4

12-12 Ann Arbor, Michigan

113,934

54.2

57.3

13-17 Colorado Springs, Colorado

416,427

50.7

37.1

14-13 Green Bay, Wisconsin

104,057

50.0

51.2

15-14 Lansing, Michigan

114,297

50.0

51.1

16-15 Rochester, Minnesota

106,769

47.9

52.0

17-16 Worcester, Mass

181,045

47.2

64.2

18-18 New York, New York (JFK)

8,175,133

41.4

23.8

19-19 Milwaukee, Wisconsin

594,833

39.1

46.8

20-20 Anchorage, Alaska

291,826

38.3

74.3

21-21 Minneapolis, Minnesota

382,578

36.7

54.4

22-22 Newark, New Jersey

277,140

36.4

28.5

23-23 Allentown, Pennsylvania

118,032

36.2

32.9

24-24 Boston, Mass

617,594

36.1

43.8

25-25 Detroit, Michigan

713,777

35.3

42.5

Some of The Other Snowy Cities in The United States

26-26 Baltimore, Maryland

620,961

35.1

20.1

27-27 Salt Lake City, Utah

186,440

34.3

56.0

28-28 Spokane, Washington

208,916

34.2

44.8

29-29

 Lowell, MA

106,519

32.9

51.9

30-30 Cleveland, Ohio

396,815

32.8

68.1

31-31 Madison, Wisconsin

233,209

32.7

50.7

32-39 Pueblo, Colorado

106,595

31.4

31.4

33-32 Chicago, Illinois

2,695,598

31.2

36.6

34-33 Reno, Nevada

225,221

30.9

21.5

35-34 Des Moines, Iowa

203,433

30.3

35.3

36-35 Akron, Ohio

199,110

30.2

47.4

37-36 Pittsburgh, Pa

305,704

29.6

41.9

38-37 Providence, Rhode Island

178,042

28.7

33.8

39-38 Manchester, New Hampshire

109,565

28.4

???

40-46 Billings, Montana

104,170

28.1

53.3

41-40 Philadelphia, Pa

1,526,006

27.5

22.4

42-41 Omaha, Nebraska

408,958

27.4

26.4

43-42 Fargo, North Dakota

105,549

27.4

50.4

44-43 Bridgeport, Connecticut

144,229

27.3

27.6

45-44 Provo, Utah

112,488

27.1

56.8

46-45 Toledo, Ohio

287,208

26.4

37.5

47-47 Rockford, Illinois

152,871

24.0

36.7

48-48 Washington DC (National)

601,723

22.2

15.4

49-49 Lincoln, Nebraska

258,379

20.5

25.9

50-50 Fort Wayne, Indiana

253,691

20.1

33.5

51-51 Columbus, Ohio

787,033

17.1

26.7

52-52 Peoria, Illinois

115,007

15.3

24.6

53-53 Lubbock, Texas

229,573

13.3

8.2

54-54 Indianapolis, Indiana

820,445

13.3

25.9

55-55 Albuquerque, New Mexico

545,852

9.8

???

 

 

 

 

 

 

Some of the Top 25 Snowiest Cities in the United States 2015-2016 Snow Season Updated 4/28/2016

4/28 - 3/31

US States
 and Cities

 2010 City
Population

2015 - 2016 Snowfall Totals

Normal Snow to Date

1-1 Lakewood, Colorado

142,980

90.8

54.2

2-2 Syracuse, New York

145,170

80.3

123.6

3-5 Fort Collins, Colorado

143,986

72.5

54.0

4-4 Erie, Pennsylvania

101,786

71.2

100.9

5-6 South Bend, Indiana

101.168

70.2

66.6

6-8 Denver, Colorado

600,158

69.3

???

7-7 Flint, Michigan

102,434

69.0

47.3

8-3 Sioux Falls, South Dakota

153,888

68.5

44.3

9-9 Rochester, New York

210,565

63.7

99.0

10-10 Grand Rapids, Michigan

188,040

61.1

74.9

11-12 Buffalo, New York

261,310

55.1

94.3

12-11 Ann Arbor, Michigan

113,934

54.2

57.2

13-14 Green Bay, Wisconsin

104,057

50.0

51.1

14-15 Lansing, Michigan

114,297

50.0

51.1

15-13 Rochester, Minnesota

106,769

47.9

51.7

16-19 Worcester, Mass

181,045

47.2

64.0

17-18 Colorado Springs, Colorado

416,427

42.7

36.6

18-16 New York, New York (JFK)

8,175,133

41.4

23.8

19-23 Milwaukee, Wisconsin

594,833

39.1

46.8

20-17 Anchorage, Alaska

291,826

38.3

74.0

21-22 Minneapolis, Minnesota

382,578

36.7

54.3

22-20 Newark, New Jersey

277,140

36.4

28.5

23-21 Allentown, Pennsylvania

118,032

36.2

32.9

24-31 Boston, Mass

617,594

36.1

43.8

25-27 Detroit, Michigan

713,777

35.3

42.5

Some of The Other Snowy Cities in The United States

26-24 Baltimore, Maryland

620,961

35.1

20.1

27-25 Salt Lake City, Utah

186,440

34.3

55.7

28-26 Spokane, Washington

208,916

34.2

44.8

29-32

 Lowell, MA

106,519

32.9

51.9

30-44 Cleveland, Ohio

396,815

32.8

68.0

31-33 Madison, Wisconsin

233,209

32.7

50.6

32-30 Chicago, Illinois

2,695,598

31.2

36.6

33-28 Reno, Nevada

225,221

30.9

21.5

34-29 Des Moines, Iowa

203,433

30.3

35.3

35-43 Akron, Ohio

199,110

30.2

47.4

36-41 Pittsburgh, Pa

305,704

29.6

41.9

37-47 Providence, Rhode Island

178,042

28.7

33.8

38-38 Manchester, New Hampshire

109,565

28.4

???

39-34 Pueblo, Colorado

106,595

28.3

31.0

40-36 Philadelphia, Pa

1,526,006

27.5

22.4

41-35 Omaha, Nebraska

408,958

27.4

26.4

42-40 Fargo, North Dakota

105,549

27.4

49.9

43-37 Bridgeport, Connecticut

144,229

27.3

27.6

44-39 Provo, Utah

112,488

27.1

56.6

45-50 Toledo, Ohio

287,208

26.4

37.5

46-42 Billings, Montana

104,170

26.3

52.4

47-45 Rockford, Illinois

152,871

24.0

36.7

48-46 Washington DC (National)

601,723

22.2

15.4

49-48 Lincoln, Nebraska

258,379

20.5

25.9

50-49 Fort Wayne, Indiana

253,691

20.1

33.5

51-51 Columbus, Ohio

787,033

17.1

26.7

52-52 Peoria, Illinois

115,007

15.3

24.6

53-53 Lubbock, Texas

229,573

13.3

8.2

54-54 Indianapolis, Indiana

820,445

13.3

25.9

55-55 Albuquerque, New Mexico

545,852

9.8

???

 

 

 

Some of the Top 25 Snowiest Cities in the United States 2015-2016 Snow Season Updated 4/18/2016

4/18 - 3/31

US States
 and Cities

 2010 City
Population

2015 - 2016 Snowfall Totals

Normal Snow to Date

1-1 Lakewood, Colorado

142,980

90.8

52.4

2-2 Syracuse, New York

145,170

80.5

122.9

3-5 Fort Collins, Colorado

143,986

72.5

52.7

4-4 Erie, Pennsylvania

101,786

71.2

100.6

5-6 South Bend, Indiana

101.168

70.2

66.3

6-8 Denver, Colorado

600,158

69.3

???

7-7 Flint, Michigan

102,434

68.8

46.9

8-3 Sioux Falls, South Dakota

153,888

68.5

43.1

9-9 Rochester, New York

210,565

63.7

98.3

10-10 Grand Rapids, Michigan

188,040

61.1

74.7

11-12 Buffalo, New York

261,310

55.1

94.0

12-11 Ann Arbor, Michigan

113,934

54.2

56.8

13-14 Green Bay, Wisconsin

104,057

50.0

50.5

14-15 Lansing, Michigan

114,297

50.0

50.8

15-13 Rochester, Minnesota

106,769

47.9

50.9

16-19 Worcester, Mass

181,045

47.2

63.4

17-16 New York, New York (JFK)

8,175,133

41.4

23.7

18-18 Colorado Springs, Colorado

416,427

40.3

35.2

19-23 Milwaukee, Wisconsin

594,833

39.1

46.4

20-17 Anchorage, Alaska

291,826

38.3

73.1

21-22 Minneapolis, Minnesota

382,578

36.7

53.7

22-20 Newark, New Jersey

277,140

36.4

28.3

23-21 Allentown, Pennsylvania

118,032

36.2

32.7

24-31 Boston, Mass

617,594

36.1

43.5

25-27 Detroit, Michigan

713,777

35.3

42.2

Some of The Other Snowy Cities in The United States

26-24 Baltimore, Maryland

620,961

35.1

20.1

27-25 Salt Lake City, Utah

186,440

34.3

54.8

28-26 Spokane, Washington

208,916

34.2

44.6

29-32

 Lowell, MA

106,519

32.9

51.5

30-44 Cleveland, Ohio

396,815

32.8

67.6

31-33 Madison, Wisconsin

233,209

32.7

50.0

32-30 Chicago, Illinois

2,695,598

31.2

36.4

33-28 Reno, Nevada

225,221

30.9

21.4

34-29 Des Moines, Iowa

203,433

30.3

34.9

35-43 Akron, Ohio

199,110

30.2

47.0

36-41 Pittsburgh, Pa

305,704

29.6

41.7

37-47 Providence, Rhode Island

178,042

28.7

33.7

38-38 Manchester, New Hampshire

109,565

28.4

???

39-34 Pueblo, Colorado

106,595

28.3

30.0

40-36 Philadelphia, Pa

1,526,006

27.5

22.3

41-35 Omaha, Nebraska

408,958

27.4

26.1

42-40 Fargo, North Dakota

105,549

27.4

49.1

43-37 Bridgeport, Connecticut

144,229

27.3

27.4

44-39 Provo, Utah

112,488

27.1

55.7

45-50 Toledo, Ohio

287,208

26.4

37.2

46-42 Billings, Montana

104,170

26.3

49.5

47-45 Rockford, Illinois

152,871

24.0

36.5

48-46 Washington DC (National)

601,723

22.2

15.4

49-48 Lincoln, Nebraska

258,379

20.5

25.6

50-49 Fort Wayne, Indiana

253,691

20.0

33.2

51-51 Columbus, Ohio

787,033

17.1

26.5

52-52 Peoria, Illinois

115,007

15.3

24.5

53-53 Lubbock, Texas

229,573

13.3

8.2

54-54 Indianapolis, Indiana

820,445

13.3

25.9

55-55 Albuquerque, New Mexico

545,852

9.8

???

 

 

 

Some of the Top 25 Snowiest Cities in the United States 2015-2016 Snow Season Updated 4/17/2016

4/17 - 3/31

US States
 and Cities

 2010 City
Population

2015 - 2016 Snowfall Totals

Normal Snow to Date

1-1 Lakewood, Colorado

142,980

90.8

52.2

2-2 Syracuse, New York

145,170

80.5

122.9

3-4 Erie, Pennsylvania

101,786

71.2

100.6

4-6 South Bend, Indiana

101.168

70.2

66.3

5-8 Denver, Colorado

600,158

69.0

???

6-7 Flint, Michigan

102,434

68.8

46.9

7-3 Sioux Falls, South Dakota

153,888

68.5

43.1

8-5 Fort Collins, Colorado

143,986

67.5

52.5

9-9 Rochester, New York

210,565

63.7

98.3

10-10 Grand Rapids, Michigan

188,040

61.1

74.6

11-12 Buffalo, New York

261,310

55.1

94.0

12-11 Ann Arbor, Michigan

113,934

54.2

56.7

13-14 Green Bay, Wisconsin

104,057

50.0

50.5

14-15 Lansing, Michigan

114,297

50.0

50.7

15-13 Rochester, Minnesota

106,769

47.9

50.9

16-19 Worcester, Mass

181,045

47.2

63.4

17-16 New York, New York (JFK)

8,175,133

41.4

23.7

18-18 Colorado Springs, Colorado

416,427

40.3

35.2

19-23 Milwaukee, Wisconsin

594,833

39.1

46.4

20-17 Anchorage, Alaska

291,826

38.3

73.1

21-22 Minneapolis, Minnesota

382,578

36.7

53.7

22-20 Newark, New Jersey

277,140

36.4

28.3

23-21 Allentown, Pennsylvania

118,032

36.2

32.7

24-31 Boston, Mass

617,594

36.1

43.5

25-27 Detroit, Michigan

713,777

35.3

42.2

Some of The Other Snowy Cities in The United States

26-24 Baltimore, Maryland

620,961

35.1

20.1

27-25 Salt Lake City, Utah

186,440

34.3

54.8

28-26 Spokane, Washington

208,916

34.2

44.6

29-32

 Lowell, MA

106,519

32.9

51.5

30-44 Cleveland, Ohio

396,815

32.8

67.6

31-33 Madison, Wisconsin

233,209

32.7

50.0

32-30 Chicago, Illinois

2,695,598

31.2

36.4

33-28 Reno, Nevada

225,221

30.9

21.4

34-29 Des Moines, Iowa

203,433

30.3

34.9

35-43 Akron, Ohio

199,110

30.2

47.0

36-41 Pittsburgh, Pa

305,704

29.6

41.7

37-47 Providence, Rhode Island

178,042

28.7

33.7

38-38 Manchester, New Hampshire

109,565

28.4

???

39-34 Pueblo, Colorado

106,595

28.3

30.0

40-36 Philadelphia, Pa

1,526,006

27.5

22.3

41-35 Omaha, Nebraska

408,958

27.4

26.1

42-40 Fargo, North Dakota

105,549

27.4

48.9

43-37 Bridgeport, Connecticut

144,229

27.3

27.4

44-39 Provo, Utah

112,488

27.1

55.7

45-50 Toledo, Ohio

287,208

26.4

37.2

46-42 Billings, Montana

104,170

26.3

49.5

47-45 Rockford, Illinois

152,871

24.0

36.5

48-46 Washington DC (National)

601,723

22.2

15.4

49-48 Lincoln, Nebraska

258,379

20.5

25.5

50-49 Fort Wayne, Indiana

253,691

20.0

33.2

51-51 Columbus, Ohio

787,033

17.1

26.5

52-52 Peoria, Illinois

115,007

15.3

24.5

53-53 Lubbock, Texas

229,573

13.3

8.2

54-54 Indianapolis, Indiana

820,445

13.3

25.9

55-55 Albuquerque, New Mexico

545,852

9.8

???

 

 

 

Some of the Top 25 Snowiest Cities in the United States 2015-2016 Snow Season Updated 4/16/2016

4/16 - 3/31

US States
 and Cities

 2010 City
Population

2015 - 2016 Snowfall Totals

Normal Snow to Date

1-2 Syracuse, New York

145,170

80.5

122.6

2-1 Lakewood, Colorado

142,980

74.8

51.9

3-4 Erie, Pennsylvania

101,786

71.2

100.4

4-6 South Bend, Indiana

101.168

70.2

66.3

5-7 Flint, Michigan

102,434

68.8

46.8

6-3 Sioux Falls, South Dakota

153,888

68.5

42.7

7-5 Fort Collins, Colorado

143,986

67.0

52.3

8-9 Rochester, New York

210,565

63.7

98.1

9-10 Grand Rapids, Michigan

188,040

61.1

74.6

10-8 Denver, Colorado

600,158

57.2

???

11-12 Buffalo, New York

261,310

55.1

93.8

12-11 Ann Arbor, Michigan

113,934

54.2

56.6

13-14 Green Bay, Wisconsin

104,057

50.0

50.3

14-15 Lansing, Michigan

114,297

50.0

50.7

15-13 Rochester, Minnesota

106,769

47.9

50.7

16-19 Worcester, Mass

181,045

47.2

63.2

17-16 New York, New York (JFK)

8,175,133

41.4

23.6

18-23 Milwaukee, Wisconsin

594,833

39.1

46.2

19-17 Anchorage, Alaska

291,826

38.3

72.8

20-18 Colorado Springs, Colorado

416,427

37.7

34.9

21-22 Minneapolis, Minnesota

382,578

36.7

53.6

22-20 Newark, New Jersey

277,140

36.4

28.3

23-21 Allentown, Pennsylvania

118,032

36.2

32.6

24-31 Boston, Mass

617,594

36.1

43.4

25-27 Detroit, Michigan

713,777

35.3

42.1

Some of The Other Snowy Cities in The United States

26-24 Baltimore, Maryland

620,961

35.1

20.1

27-25 Salt Lake City, Utah

186,440

34.3

54.5

28-26 Spokane, Washington

208,916

34.2

44.6

29-32

 Lowell, MA

106,519

32.9

51.4

30-44 Cleveland, Ohio

396,815

32.8

67.4

31-33 Madison, Wisconsin

233,209

32.7

49.9

32-30 Chicago, Illinois

2,695,598

31.2

36.4

33-28 Reno, Nevada

225,221

30.9

21.3

34-29 Des Moines, Iowa

203,433

30.3

34.8

35-43 Akron, Ohio

199,110

30.2

46.8

36-41 Pittsburgh, Pa

305,704

29.6

41.6

37-47 Providence, Rhode Island

178,042

28.7

33.7

38-38 Manchester, New Hampshire

109,565

28.4

???

39-34 Pueblo, Colorado

106,595

28.1

29.7

40-36 Philadelphia, Pa

1,526,006

27.5

22.3

41-35 Omaha, Nebraska

408,958

27.4

26.1

42-40 Fargo, North Dakota

105,549

27.4

48.9

43-37 Bridgeport, Connecticut

144,229

27.3

27.4

44-39 Provo, Utah

112,488

27.1

55.7

45-50 Toledo, Ohio

287,208

26.4

37.2

46-42 Billings, Montana

104,170

26.3

49.5

47-45 Rockford, Illinois

152,871

24.0

36.5

48-46 Washington DC (National)

601,723

22.2

15.4

49-48 Lincoln, Nebraska

258,379

20.5

25.5

50-49 Fort Wayne, Indiana

253,691

20.0

33.2

51-51 Columbus, Ohio

787,033

17.1

26.5

52-52 Peoria, Illinois

115,007

15.3

24.5

53-53 Lubbock, Texas

229,573

13.3

8.2

54-54 Indianapolis, Indiana

820,445

13.3

25.9

55-55 Albuquerque, New Mexico

545,852

9.8

???

 

 

 

Some of the Top 25 Snowiest Cities in the United States 2015-2016 Snow Season Updated 4/11/2016

4/11 - 3/31

US States
 and Cities

 2010 City
Population

2015 - 2016 Snowfall Totals

Normal Snow to Date

1-2 Syracuse, New York

145,170

80.5

121.9

2-1 Lakewood, Colorado

142,980

74.6

50.4

3-4 Erie, Pennsylvania

101,786

71.2

99.7

4-6 South Bend, Indiana

101.168

70.2

66.0

5-7 Flint, Michigan

102,434

68.8

46.3

6-3 Sioux Falls, South Dakota

153,888

68.5

41.8

7-5 Fort Collins, Colorado

143,986

67.0

51.1

8-9 Rochester, New York

210,565

63.7

97.3

9-10 Grand Rapids, Michigan

188,040

61.1

74.2

10-8 Denver, Colorado

600,158

57.2

???

11-12 Buffalo, New York

261,310

55.1

93.3

12-11 Ann Arbor, Michigan

113,934

54.2

65.1

13-14 Green Bay, Wisconsin

104,057

50.0

49.7

14-15 Lansing, Michigan

114,297

50.0

50.2

15-13 Rochester, Minnesota

106,769

47.9

50.0

16-19 Worcester, Mass

181,045

47.2

62.7

17-16 New York, New York (JFK)

8,175,133

41.4

23.4

18-23 Milwaukee, Wisconsin

594,833

39.1

45.9

19-17 Anchorage, Alaska

291,826

38.3

72.1

20-18 Colorado Springs, Colorado

416,427

37.6

34.0

21-22 Minneapolis, Minnesota

382,578

36.7

53.1

22-20 Newark, New Jersey

277,140

36.4

28.1

23-21 Allentown, Pennsylvania

118,032

36.2

32.4

24-31 Boston, Mass

617,594

36.1

43.0

25-27 Detroit, Michigan

713,777

35.3

41.8

Some of The Other Snowy Cities in The United States

26-24 Baltimore, Maryland

620,961

35.1

20.1

27-25 Salt Lake City, Utah

186,440

34.3

53.7

28-26 Spokane, Washington

208,916

34.2

44.4

29-32

 Lowell, MA

106,519

32.9

51.0

30-44 Cleveland, Ohio

396,815

32.8

66.7

31-33 Madison, Wisconsin

233,209

32.7

49.4

32-30 Chicago, Illinois

2,695,598

31.2

36.1

33-28 Reno, Nevada

225,221

30.9

21.3

34-29 Des Moines, Iowa

203,433

30.3

34.4

35-43 Akron, Ohio

199,110

30.2

46.2

36-41 Pittsburgh, Pa

305,704

29.6

41.3

37-47 Providence, Rhode Island

178,042

28.7

33.6

38-38 Manchester, New Hampshire

109,565

28.4

???

39-34 Pueblo, Colorado

106,595

28.1

29.1

40-36 Philadelphia, Pa

1,526,006

27.5

22.2

41-35 Omaha, Nebraska

408,958

27.4

25.9

42-37 Bridgeport, Connecticut

144,229

27.3

27.2

43-40 Fargo, North Dakota

105,549

27.3

48.4

44-39 Provo, Utah

112,488

27.1

55.0

45-50 Toledo, Ohio

287,208

26.4

36.9

46-42 Billings, Montana

104,170

26.3

48.0

47-45 Rockford, Illinois

152,871

24.0

36.3

48-46 Washington DC (National)

601,723

22.2

15.4

49-48 Lincoln, Nebraska

258,379

20.5

25.3

50-49 Fort Wayne, Indiana

253,691

20.0

33.1

51-51 Columbus, Ohio

787,033

17.1

26.2

52-52 Peoria, Illinois

115,007

15.3

24.4

53-53 Lubbock, Texas

229,573

13.3

8.1

54-54 Indianapolis, Indiana

820,445

13.3

25.8

55-55 Albuquerque, New Mexico

545,852

9.8

???

 

 

 

Some of the Top 25 Snowiest Cities in the United States 2015-2016 Snow Season Updated 4/6/2016

4/6 - 3/31

US States
 and Cities

 2010 City
Population

2015 - 2016 Snowfall Totals

Normal Snow to Date

1-2 Syracuse, New York

145,170

80.4

121.2

2-1 Lakewood, Colorado

142,980

74.6

48.6

3-4 Erie, Pennsylvania

101,786

69.4

99.0

4-3 Sioux Falls, South Dakota

153,888

68.5

41.1

5-6 South Bend, Indiana

101.168

67.5

65.8

6-5 Fort Collins, Colorado

143,986

67.0

49.8

7-7 Flint, Michigan

102,434

63.4

45.9

8-9 Rochester, New York

210,565

62.3

96.6

9-8 Denver, Colorado

600,158

57.2

???

10-10 Grand Rapids, Michigan

188,040

54.9

73.8

11-11 Ann Arbor, Michigan

113,934

52.3

55.6

12-12 Buffalo, New York

261,310

52.1

92.7

13-13 Rochester, Minnesota

106,769

47.4

49.5

14-19 Worcester, Mass

181,045

47.2

62.2

15-14 Green Bay, Wisconsin

104,057

46.5

49.2

16-15 Lansing, Michigan

114,297

44.2

49.9

17-16 New York, New York (JFK)

8,175,133

41.4

23.3

18-17 Anchorage, Alaska

291,826

38.3

71.2

19-18 Colorado Springs, Colorado

416,427

37.6

33.3

20-23 Milwaukee, Wisconsin

594,833

37.5

45.5

21-20 Newark, New Jersey

277,140

36.4

27.9

22-21 Allentown, Pennsylvania

118,032

36.2

32.2

23-22 Minneapolis, Minnesota

382,578

36.2

52.7

24-31 Boston, Mass

617,594

36.1

42.6

25-24 Baltimore, Maryland

620,961

35.1

20.1

Some of The Other Snowy Cities in The United States

26-27 Detroit, Michigan

713,777

34.4

41.5

27-25 Salt Lake City, Utah

186,440

34.3

53.0

28-26 Spokane, Washington

208,916

34.2

44.2

29-32

 Lowell, MA

106,519

32.9

50.5

30-28 Reno, Nevada

225,221

30.9

21.2

31-33 Madison, Wisconsin

233,209

30.9

48.9

32-30 Chicago, Illinois

2,695,598

30.4

35.9

33-29 Des Moines, Iowa

203,433

30.3

34.1

34-47 Providence, Rhode Island

178,042

28.7

33.4

35-38 Manchester, New Hampshire

109,565

28.4

???

36-34 Pueblo, Colorado

106,595

28.1

28.5

37-35 Omaha, Nebraska

408,958

27.4

25.7

38-41 Pittsburgh, Pa

305,704

27.4

41.0

39-37 Bridgeport, Connecticut

144,229

27.3

27.0

40-43 Akron, Ohio

199,110

27.3

45.7

41-36 Philadelphia, Pa

1,526,006

27.2

22.1

42-39 Provo, Utah

112,488

27.1

54.2

43-40 Fargo, North Dakota

105,549

27.1

48.0

44-42 Billings, Montana

104,170

26.3

46.8

45-44 Cleveland, Ohio

396,815

26.3

66.1

46-45 Rockford, Illinois

152,871

23.6

36.2

47-46 Washington DC (National)

601,723

22.2

15.4

48-48 Lincoln, Nebraska

258,379

20.5

25.0

49-49 Fort Wayne, Indiana

253,691

19.5

32.9

50-50 Toledo, Ohio

287,208

18.4

36.7

51-51 Columbus, Ohio

787,033

16.8

26.0

52-52 Peoria, Illinois

115,007

15.3

24.2

53-53 Lubbock, Texas

229,573

13.3

8.1

54-54 Indianapolis, Indiana

820,445

13.3

25.8

55-55 Albuquerque, New Mexico

545,852

9.8

???

 

 

 

Some of the Top 25 Snowiest Cities in the United States 2015-2016 Snow Season Updated 4/4/2016

4/4 - 3/31

US States
 and Cities

 2010 City
Population

2015 - 2016 Snowfall Totals

Normal Snow to Date

1-2 Syracuse, New York

145,170

80.4

120.8

2-1 Lakewood, Colorado

142,980

74.6

47.8

3-4 Erie, Pennsylvania

101,786

69.2

98.6

4-3 Sioux Falls, South Dakota

153,888

68.5

40.7

5-6 South Bend, Indiana

101.168

67.5

65.6

6-5 Fort Collins, Colorado

143,986

67.0

49.3

7-7 Flint, Michigan

102,434

63.1

45.7

8-9 Rochester, New York

210,565

62.2

96.2

9-8 Denver, Colorado

600,158

57.2

???

10-10 Grand Rapids, Michigan

188,040

54.9

73.7

11-11 Ann Arbor, Michigan

113,934

52.3

55.3

12-12 Buffalo, New York

261,310

52.1

92.4

13-13 Rochester, Minnesota

106,769

47.4

49.2

14-14 Green Bay, Wisconsin

104,057

46.0

48.9

15-15 Lansing, Michigan

114,297

44.2

49.7

16-19 Worcester, Mass

181,045

41.5

62.0

17-16 New York, New York (JFK)

8,175,133

41.4

23.2

18-17 Anchorage, Alaska

291,826

38.3

71.0

19-18 Colorado Springs, Colorado

416,427

37.6

32.9

20-23 Milwaukee, Wisconsin

594,833

37.5

45.3

21-20 Newark, New Jersey

277,140

36.4

27.8

22-21 Allentown, Pennsylvania

118,032

36.2

32.1

23-22 Minneapolis, Minnesota

382,578

36.2

52.5

24-24 Baltimore, Maryland

620,961

35.1

20.1

25-31 Boston, Mass

617,594

35.0

42.4

Some of The Other Snowy Cities in The United States

26-27 Detroit, Michigan

713,777

34.4

41.3

27-25 Salt Lake City, Utah

186,440

34.3

52.7

28-26 Spokane, Washington

208,916

34.2

44.1

29-28 Reno, Nevada

225,221

30.9

21.1

30-33 Madison, Wisconsin

233,209

30.9

48.7

31-30 Chicago, Illinois

2,695,598

30.4

35.8

32-29 Des Moines, Iowa

203,433

30.3

33.9

33-32

 Lowell, MA

106,519

28.9

50.3

34-38 Manchester, New Hampshire

109,565

28.4

???

35-34 Pueblo, Colorado

106,595

28.1

28.2

36-35 Omaha, Nebraska

408,958

27.4

25.6

37-41 Pittsburgh, Pa

305,704

27.3

40.8

38-37 Bridgeport, Connecticut

144,229

27.3

26.9

39-36 Philadelphia, Pa

1,526,006

27.2

22.0

40-43 Akron, Ohio

199,110

27.2

45.4

41-47 Providence, Rhode Island

178,042

27.2

33.4

42-39 Provo, Utah

112,488

27.1

53.9

43-40 Fargo, North Dakota

105,549

27.1

47.7

44-42 Billings, Montana

104,170

26.3

46.1

45-44 Cleveland, Ohio

396,815

26.2

65.7

46-45 Rockford, Illinois

152,871

23.6

36.1

47-46 Washington DC (National)

601,723

22.2

15.4

48-48 Lincoln, Nebraska

258,379

20.5

24.8

49-49 Fort Wayne, Indiana

253,691

19.3

32.8

50-50 Toledo, Ohio

287,208

18.4

36.6

51-51 Columbus, Ohio

787,033

16.8

25.9

52-52 Peoria, Illinois

115,007

15.3

24.2

53-53 Lubbock, Texas

229,573

13.3

8.1

54-54 Indianapolis, Indiana

820,445

13.3

25.8

55-55 Albuquerque, New Mexico

545,852

9.8

???

 

 

 

Some of the Top 25 Snowiest Cities in the United States 2015-2016 Snow Season Updated 4/3/2016

4/3 - 3/31

US States
 and Cities

 2010 City
Population

2015 - 2016 Snowfall Totals

Normal Snow to Date

1-2 Syracuse, New York

145,170

77.8

120.6

2-1 Lakewood, Colorado

142,980

74.6

47.5

3-4 Erie, Pennsylvania

101,786

69.1

98.4

4-3 Sioux Falls, South Dakota

153,888

68.5

40.5

5-6 South Bend, Indiana

101.168

67.5

65.5

6-5 Fort Collins, Colorado

143,986

67.0

49.0

7-7 Flint, Michigan

102,434

63.1

45.5

8-8 Denver, Colorado

600,158

57.2

???

9-9 Rochester, New York

210,565

57.0

95.9

10-10 Grand Rapids, Michigan

188,040

54.9

73.5

11-11 Ann Arbor, Michigan

113,934

51.6

55.1

12-12 Buffalo, New York

261,310

49.2

92.3

13-13 Rochester, Minnesota

106,769

47.4

49.1

14-14 Green Bay, Wisconsin

104,057

46.0

48.8

15-15 Lansing, Michigan

114,297

44.2

49.6

16-19 Worcester, Mass

181,045

41.5

61.8

17-16 New York, New York (JFK)

8,175,133

41.4

23.2

18-17 Anchorage, Alaska

291,826

38.3

70.6

19-18 Colorado Springs, Colorado

416,427

37.6

32.5

20-20 Newark, New Jersey

277,140

36.4

27.8

21-21 Allentown, Pennsylvania

118,032

36.2

32.0

22-22 Minneapolis, Minnesota

382,578

36.2

52.4

23-23 Milwaukee, Wisconsin

594,833

35.7

45.2

24-24 Baltimore, Maryland

620,961

35.1

20.1

25-27 Detroit, Michigan

713,777

34.4

41.2

Some of The Other Snowy Cities in The United States

26-25 Salt Lake City, Utah

186,440

34.3

52.3

27-26 Spokane, Washington

208,916

34.2

44.0

28-31 Boston, Mass

617,594

31.4

42.3

29-28 Reno, Nevada

225,221

30.9

21.1

30-33 Madison, Wisconsin

233,209

30.9

48.6

31-30 Chicago, Illinois

2,695,598

30.4

35.7

32-29 Des Moines, Iowa

203,433

30.3

33.8

33-32

 Lowell, MA

106,519

28.9

50.2

34-34 Pueblo, Colorado

106,595

28.1

28.0

35-35 Omaha, Nebraska

408,958

27.4

25.6

36-41 Pittsburgh, Pa

305,704

27.3

40.7

37-36 Philadelphia, Pa

1,526,006

27.2

22.0

38-37 Bridgeport, Connecticut

144,229

27.2

26.9

39-38 Manchester, New Hampshire

109,565

27.2

???

40-43 Akron, Ohio

199,110

27.2

45.2

41-39 Provo, Utah

112,488

27.1

53.7

42-40 Fargo, North Dakota

105,549

27.1

47.6

43-42 Billings, Montana

104,170

26.3

45.7

44-44 Cleveland, Ohio

396,815

26.2

65.5

45-45 Rockford, Illinois

152,871

23.6

36.0

46-47 Providence, Rhode Island

178,042

22.8

33.3

47-46 Washington DC (National)

601,723

22.2

15.4

48-48 Lincoln, Nebraska

258,379

20.5

24.8

49-49 Fort Wayne, Indiana

253,691

19.3

32.7

50-50 Toledo, Ohio

287,208

18.4

36.5

51-51 Columbus, Ohio

787,033

16.8

25.8

52-52 Peoria, Illinois

115,007

15.3

24.1

53-53 Lubbock, Texas

229,573

13.3

8.0

54-54 Indianapolis, Indiana

820,445

13.3

25.8

55-55 Albuquerque, New Mexico

545,852

9.8

???

 

 

 

Some of the Top 25 Snowiest Cities in the United States 2015-2016 Snow Season Updated 3/31/2016

3/31 - 3/18

US States
 and Cities

 2010 City
Population

2015 - 2016 Snowfall Totals

Normal Snow to Date

1-6 Lakewood, Colorado

142,980

74.6

46.2

2-1 Syracuse, New York

145,170

72.2

119.6

3-5 Sioux Falls, South Dakota

153,888

68.5

39.7

4-2 Erie, Pennsylvania

101,786

68.3

97.5

5-11 Fort Collins, Colorado

143,986

67.0

48.0

6-3 South Bend, Indiana

101.168

66.1

65.1

7-4 Flint, Michigan

102,434

62.0

45.0

8-14 Denver, Colorado

600,158

57.2

???

9-7 Rochester, New York

210,565

54.9

94.9

10-8 Grand Rapids, Michigan

188,040

51.7

73.1

11-9 Ann Arbor, Michigan

113,934

50.6

54.6

12-10 Buffalo, New York

261,310

48.0

91.5

13-18 Rochester, Minnesota

106,769

47.4

48.4

14-15 Green Bay, Wisconsin

104,057

45.6

48.1

15-12 Lansing, Michigan

114,297

42.5

49.2

16-13 New York, New York (JFK)

8,175,133

41.4

22.9

17-28 Anchorage, Alaska

291,826

38.3

70.0

18-32 Colorado Springs, Colorado

416,427

37.6

31.9

19-23 Worcester, Mass

181,045

37.2

61.1

20-17 Newark, New Jersey

277,140

36.4

27.5

21-16 Allentown, Pennsylvania

118,032

36.2

31.8

22-25 Minneapolis, Minnesota

382,578

36.2

51.8

23-22 Milwaukee, Wisconsin

594,833

35.7

44.7

24-19 Baltimore, Maryland

620,961

35.1

20.1

25-24 Salt Lake City, Utah

186,440

34.3

51.7

Some of The Other Snowy Cities in The United States

26-21 Spokane, Washington

208,916

34.2

43.7

27-20 Detroit, Michigan

713,777

34.0

40.7

28-43 Reno, Nevada

225,221

30.9

21.0

29-27 Des Moines, Iowa

203,433

30.3

33.4

30-26 Chicago, Illinois

2,695,598

30.1

35.3

31-35 Boston, Mass

617,594

29.5

41.8

32-39

 Lowell, MA

106,519

28.9

49.7

33-29 Madison, Wisconsin

233,209

28.5

47.9

34-42 Pueblo, Colorado

106,595

28.1

27.3

35-30 Omaha, Nebraska

408,958

27.4

25.3

36-31 Philadelphia, Pa

1,526,006

27.2

21.9

37-36 Bridgeport, Connecticut

144,229

27.2

26.6

38-44 Manchester, New Hampshire

109,565

27.2

???

39-33 Provo, Utah

112,488

27.1

53.1

40-40 Fargo, North Dakota

105,549

26.8

46.9

41-34 Pittsburgh, Pa

305,704

26.5

40.4

42-41 Billings, Montana

104,170

26.3

44.3

43-37 Akron, Ohio

199,110

25.1

44.5

44-38 Cleveland, Ohio

396,815

25.0

64.5

45-45 Rockford, Illinois

152,871

23.6

35.7

46-46 Washington DC (National)

601,723

22.2

15.4

47-48 Providence, Rhode Island

178,042

22.0

33.1

48-47 Lincoln, Nebraska

258,379

20.5

24.4

49-49 Fort Wayne, Indiana

253,691

19.0

32.4

50-50 Toledo, Ohio

287,208

17.7

36.1

51-51 Columbus, Ohio

787,033

16.8

25.5

52-52 Peoria, Illinois

115,007

15.3

24.0

53-53 Lubbock, Texas

229,573

13.3

8.0

54-54 Indianapolis, Indiana

820,445

13.3

25.7

55-55 Albuquerque, New Mexico

545,852

9.8

???

 

 

 

Some of the Top 25 Snowiest Cities in the United States 2015-2016 Snow Season Updated 3/31/2016

3/31 - 3/18

US States
 and Cities

 2010 City
Population

2015 - 2016 Snowfall Totals

Normal Snow to Date

1-6 Lakewood, Colorado

142,980

74.6

46.2

2-1 Syracuse, New York

145,170

72.2

119.6

3-5 Sioux Falls, South Dakota

153,888

68.5

39.7

4-2 Erie, Pennsylvania

101,786

68.3

97.5

5-11 Fort Collins, Colorado

143,986

67.0

48.0

6-3 South Bend, Indiana

101.168

66.1

65.1

7-4 Flint, Michigan

102,434

62.0

45.0

8-14 Denver, Colorado

600,158

57.2

???

9-7 Rochester, New York

210,565

54.9

94.9

10-8 Grand Rapids, Michigan

188,040

51.7

73.1

11-9 Ann Arbor, Michigan

113,934

50.6

54.6

12-10 Buffalo, New York

261,310

48.0

91.5

13-18 Rochester, Minnesota

106,769

47.4

48.4

14-15 Green Bay, Wisconsin

104,057

45.6

48.1

15-12 Lansing, Michigan

114,297

42.5

49.2

16-13 New York, New York (JFK)

8,175,133

41.4

22.9

17-28 Anchorage, Alaska

291,826

38.3

70.0

18-32 Colorado Springs, Colorado

416,427

37.6

31.9

19-23 Worcester, Mass

181,045

37.2

61.1

20-17 Newark, New Jersey

277,140

36.4

27.5

21-16 Allentown, Pennsylvania

118,032

36.2

31.8

22-25 Minneapolis, Minnesota

382,578

36.2

51.8

23-22 Milwaukee, Wisconsin

594,833

35.7

44.7

24-19 Baltimore, Maryland

620,961

35.1

20.1

25-24 Salt Lake City, Utah

186,440

34.3

51.7

Some of The Other Snowy Cities in The United States

26-21 Spokane, Washington

208,916

34.2

43.7

27-20 Detroit, Michigan

713,777

34.0

40.7

28-43 Reno, Nevada

225,221

30.9

21.0

29-27 Des Moines, Iowa

203,433

30.3

33.4

30-26 Chicago, Illinois

2,695,598

30.1

35.3

31-35 Boston, Mass

617,594

29.5

41.8

32-39

 Lowell, MA

106,519

28.9

49.7

33-29 Madison, Wisconsin

233,209

28.5

47.9

34-42 Pueblo, Colorado

106,595

28.1

27.3

35-30 Omaha, Nebraska

408,958

27.4

25.3

36-31 Philadelphia, Pa

1,526,006

27.2

21.9

37-36 Bridgeport, Connecticut

144,229

27.2

26.6

38-44 Manchester, New Hampshire

109,565

27.2

???

39-33 Provo, Utah

112,488

27.1

53.1

40-40 Fargo, North Dakota

105,549

26.8

46.9

41-34 Pittsburgh, Pa

305,704

26.5

40.4

42-41 Billings, Montana

104,170

26.3

44.3

43-37 Akron, Ohio

199,110

25.1

44.5

44-38 Cleveland, Ohio

396,815

25.0

64.5

45-45 Rockford, Illinois

152,871

23.6

35.7

46-46 Washington DC (National)

601,723

22.2

15.4

47-48 Providence, Rhode Island

178,042

22.0

33.1

48-47 Lincoln, Nebraska

258,379

20.5

24.4

49-49 Fort Wayne, Indiana

253,691

19.0

32.4

50-50 Toledo, Ohio

287,208

17.7

36.1

51-51 Columbus, Ohio

787,033

16.8

25.5

52-52 Peoria, Illinois

115,007

15.3

24.0

53-53 Lubbock, Texas

229,573

13.3

8.0

54-54 Indianapolis, Indiana

820,445

13.3

25.7

55-55 Albuquerque, New Mexico

545,852

9.8

???

 

 

 

Some of the Top 25 Snowiest Cities in the United States 2015-2016 Snow Season Updated 3/30/2016

3/30 - 3/18

US States
 and Cities

 2010 City
Population

2015 - 2016 Snowfall Totals

Normal Snow to Date

1-6 Lakewood, Colorado

142,980

73.0

45.8

2-1 Syracuse, New York

145,170

72.2

119.4

3-5 Sioux Falls, South Dakota

153,888

68.5

39.4

4-2 Erie, Pennsylvania

101,786

68.3

97.2

5-11 Fort Collins, Colorado

143,986

67.0

47.6

6-3 South Bend, Indiana

101.168

66.1

65.0

7-4 Flint, Michigan

102,434

62.0

44.8

8-14 Denver, Colorado

600,158

57.2

???

9-7 Rochester, New York

210,565

54.9

94.6

10-8 Grand Rapids, Michigan

188,040

51.7

72.8

11-9 Ann Arbor, Michigan

113,934

50.6

54.4

12-10 Buffalo, New York

261,310

48.0

91.2

13-18 Rochester, Minnesota

106,769

47.4

48.2

14-15 Green Bay, Wisconsin

104,057

45.6

48.0

15-12 Lansing, Michigan

114,297

42.5

48.9

16-13 New York, New York (JFK)

8,175,133

41.4

22.9

17-28 Anchorage, Alaska

291,826

38.3

69.7

18-32 Colorado Springs, Colorado

416,427

37.5

31.6

19-23 Worcester, Mass

181,045

37.2

60.9

20-17 Newark, New Jersey

277,140

36.4

27.5

21-16 Allentown, Pennsylvania

118,032

36.2

31.8

22-25 Minneapolis, Minnesota

382,578

36.2

51.6

23-22 Milwaukee, Wisconsin

594,833

35.7

44.5

24-19 Baltimore, Maryland

620,961

35.1

20.1

25-24 Salt Lake City, Utah

186,440

34.3

51.5

Some of The Other Snowy Cities in The United States

26-21 Spokane, Washington

208,916

34.2

43.6

27-20 Detroit, Michigan

713,777

34.0

40.5

28-43 Reno, Nevada

225,221

30.9

20.9

29-27 Des Moines, Iowa

203,433

30.3

33.3

30-26 Chicago, Illinois

2,695,598

30.1

35.3

31-35 Boston, Mass

617,594

29.5

41.6

32-39

 Lowell, MA

106,519

28.9

49.5

33-29 Madison, Wisconsin

233,209

28.5

47.8

34-42 Pueblo, Colorado

106,595

28.1

27.1

35-30 Omaha, Nebraska

408,958

27.4

25.2

36-31 Philadelphia, Pa

1,526,006

27.2

21.8

37-36 Bridgeport, Connecticut

144,229

27.2

26.6

38-44 Manchester, New Hampshire

109,565

27.2

???

39-33 Provo, Utah

112,488

27.1

52.9

40-40 Fargo, North Dakota

105,549

26.8

46.8

41-34 Pittsburgh, Pa

305,704

26.5

40.0

42-41 Billings, Montana

104,170

26.3

44.0

43-37 Akron, Ohio

199,110

25.1

44.4

44-38 Cleveland, Ohio

396,815

25.0

64.3

45-45 Rockford, Illinois

152,871

23.6

35.6

46-46 Washington DC (National)

601,723

22.2

15.4

47-48 Providence, Rhode Island

178,042

22.0

33.1

48-47 Lincoln, Nebraska

258,379

20.5

24.2

49-49 Fort Wayne, Indiana

253,691

19.0

32.4

50-50 Toledo, Ohio

287,208

17.7

36.0

51-51 Columbus, Ohio

787,033

16.8

25.5

52-52 Peoria, Illinois

115,007

15.3

23.9

53-53 Lubbock, Texas

229,573

13.3

8.0

54-54 Indianapolis, Indiana

820,445

13.3

25.6

55-55 Albuquerque, New Mexico

545,852

9.8

???

 

 

 

Some of the Top 25 Snowiest Cities in the United States 2015-2016 Snow Season Updated 3/30/2016

3/30 - 3/18

US States
 and Cities

 2010 City
Population

2015 - 2016 Snowfall Totals

Normal Snow to Date

1-6 Lakewood, Colorado

142,980

73.0

45.3

2-1 Syracuse, New York

145,170

72.2

119.4

3-5 Sioux Falls, South Dakota

153,888

68.5

39.4

4-2 Erie, Pennsylvania

101,786

68.3

97.2

5-11 Fort Collins, Colorado

143,986

67.0

47.6

6-3 South Bend, Indiana

101.168

66.1

65.0

7-4 Flint, Michigan

102,434

62.0

44.8

8-14 Denver, Colorado

600,158

57.2

???

9-7 Rochester, New York

210,565

54.9

94.6

10-8 Grand Rapids, Michigan

188,040

51.7

72.8

11-9 Ann Arbor, Michigan

113,934

50.6

54.4

12-10 Buffalo, New York

261,310

48.0

91.2

13-18 Rochester, Minnesota

106,769

47.4

48.2

14-15 Green Bay, Wisconsin

104,057

45.6

48.0

15-12 Lansing, Michigan

114,297

42.5

48.9

16-13 New York, New York (JFK)

8,175,133

41.4

22.9

17-28 Anchorage, Alaska

291,826

38.3

69.7

18-32 Colorado Springs, Colorado

416,427

37.5

31.6

19-23 Worcester, Mass

181,045

37.2

60.9

20-17 Newark, New Jersey

277,140

36.4

27.5

21-16 Allentown, Pennsylvania

118,032

36.2

31.8

22-25 Minneapolis, Minnesota

382,578

36.2

51.6

23-22 Milwaukee, Wisconsin

594,833

35.7

44.5

24-19 Baltimore, Maryland

620,961

35.1

20.1

25-24 Salt Lake City, Utah

186,440

34.3

51.5

Some of The Other Snowy Cities in The United States

26-21 Spokane, Washington

208,916

34.2

43.6

27-20 Detroit, Michigan

713,777

34.0

40.5

28-43 Reno, Nevada

225,221

30.9

20.9

29-27 Des Moines, Iowa

203,433

30.3

33.3

30-26 Chicago, Illinois

2,695,598

30.1

35.3

31-35 Boston, Mass

617,594

29.5

41.6

32-39

 Lowell, MA

106,519

28.9

49.5

33-29 Madison, Wisconsin

233,209

28.5

47.8

34-42 Pueblo, Colorado

106,595

28.1

27.1

35-30 Omaha, Nebraska

408,958

27.4

25.2

36-31 Philadelphia, Pa

1,526,006

27.2

21.8

37-36 Bridgeport, Connecticut

144,229

27.2

26.6

38-44 Manchester, New Hampshire

109,565

27.2

???

39-33 Provo, Utah

112,488

27.1

52.9

40-40 Fargo, North Dakota

105,549

26.8

46.8

41-34 Pittsburgh, Pa

305,704

26.5

40.0

42-41 Billings, Montana

104,170

26.3

44.0

43-37 Akron, Ohio

199,110

25.1

44.4

44-38 Cleveland, Ohio

396,815

25.0

64.3

45-45 Rockford, Illinois

152,871

23.6

35.6

46-46 Washington DC (National)

601,723

22.2

15.4

47-48 Providence, Rhode Island

178,042

22.0

33.1

48-47 Lincoln, Nebraska

258,379

20.5

24.2

49-49 Fort Wayne, Indiana

253,691

19.0

32.4

50-50 Toledo, Ohio

287,208

17.7

36.0

51-51 Columbus, Ohio

787,033

16.8

25.5

52-52 Peoria, Illinois

115,007

15.3

23.9

53-53 Lubbock, Texas

229,573

13.3

8.0

54-54 Indianapolis, Indiana

820,445

13.3

25.6

55-55 Albuquerque, New Mexico

545,852

9.8

???

 

 

 

Some of the Top 25 Snowiest Cities in the United States 2015-2016 Snow Season Updated 3/28/2016

3/28 - 3/18

US States
 and Cities

 2010 City
Population

2015 - 2016 Snowfall Totals

Normal Snow to Date

1-6 Lakewood, Colorado

142,980

73.0

44.9

2-1 Syracuse, New York

145,170

72.2

118.7

3-5 Sioux Falls, South Dakota

153,888

68.5

39.0

4-2 Erie, Pennsylvania

101,786

68.3

96.6

5-11 Fort Collins, Colorado

143,986

67.0

46.8

6-3 South Bend, Indiana

101.168

66.1

64.8

7-4 Flint, Michigan

102,434

62.0

44.6

8-14 Denver, Colorado

600,158

57.2

???

9-7 Rochester, New York

210,565

54.9

94.0

10-8 Grand Rapids, Michigan

188,040

51.7

72.7

11-9 Ann Arbor, Michigan

113,934

50.6

54.1

12-10 Buffalo, New York

261,310

48.0

90.7

13-18 Rochester, Minnesota

106,769

47.4

47.8

14-15 Green Bay, Wisconsin

104,057

45.6

47.6

15-12 Lansing, Michigan

114,297

42.5

48.8

16-13 New York, New York (JFK)

8,175,133

41.4

22.8

17-28 Anchorage, Alaska

291,826

38.3

69.1

18-32 Colorado Springs, Colorado

416,427

37.5

31.1

19-23 Worcester, Mass

181,045

37.2

60.4

20-17 Newark, New Jersey

277,140

36.4

27.3

21-16 Allentown, Pennsylvania

118,032

36.2

31.6

22-25 Minneapolis, Minnesota

382,578

36.2

51.2

23-19 Baltimore, Maryland

620,961

35.1

20.1

24-20 Detroit, Michigan

713,777

34.0

40.2

25-22 Milwaukee, Wisconsin

594,833

33.7

44.2

Some of The Other Snowy Cities in The United States

26-21 Spokane, Washington

208,916

33.6

43.4

27-24 Salt Lake City, Utah

186,440

32.9

51.1

28-26 Chicago, Illinois

2,695,598

30.1

35.0

29-27 Des Moines, Iowa

203,433

30.0

33.0

30-35 Boston, Mass

617,594

29.5

41.3

31-39

 Lowell, MA

106,519

28.9

49.2

32-29 Madison, Wisconsin

233,209

28.5

47.4

33-42 Pueblo, Colorado

106,595

28.1

26.7

34-30 Omaha, Nebraska

408,958

27.4

25.0

35-31 Philadelphia, Pa

1,526,006

27.2

21.8

36-36 Bridgeport, Connecticut

144,229

27.2

26.4

37-44 Manchester, New Hampshire

109,565

27.2

???

38-33 Provo, Utah

112,488

27.1

52.6

39-40 Fargo, North Dakota

105,549

26.8

46.4

40-34 Pittsburgh, Pa

305,704

26.5

39.9

41-41 Billings, Montana

104,170

25.9

43.3

42-37 Akron, Ohio

199,110

25.1

44.0

43-38 Cleveland, Ohio

396,815

25.0

63.7

44-43 Reno, Nevada

225,221

24.1

20.8

45-45 Rockford, Illinois

152,871

23.6

35.4

46-46 Washington DC (National)

601,723

22.2

15.4

47-48 Providence, Rhode Island

178,042

22.0

32.9

48-47 Lincoln, Nebraska

258,379

20.5

24.0

49-49 Fort Wayne, Indiana

253,691

19.0

32.2

50-50 Toledo, Ohio

287,208

17.7

35.8

51-51 Columbus, Ohio

787,033

16.8

25.3

52-52 Peoria, Illinois

115,007

15.3

23.8

53-53 Lubbock, Texas

229,573

13.3

7.9

54-54 Indianapolis, Indiana

820,445

13.3

25.6

55-55 Albuquerque, New Mexico

545,852

9.8

???

 

 

 

Some of the Top 25 Snowiest Cities in the United States 2015-2016 Snow Season Updated 3/24/2016

3/24 - 3/18

US States
 and Cities

 2010 City
Population

2015 - 2016 Snowfall Totals

Normal Snow to Date

1-6 Lakewood, Colorado

142,980

72.6

43.3

2-1 Syracuse, New York

145,170

72.2

117.2

3-2 Erie, Pennsylvania

101,786

68.3

95.2

4-11 Fort Collins, Colorado

143,986

67.0

44.7

5-3 South Bend, Indiana

101.168

66.1

64.2

6-5 Sioux Falls, South Dakota

153,888

62.1

38.0

7-4 Flint, Michigan

102,434

61.9

43.9

8-14 Denver, Colorado

600,158

56.6

???

9-7 Rochester, New York

210,565

54.9

92.5

10-8 Grand Rapids, Michigan

188,040

51.7

72.1

11-9 Ann Arbor, Michigan

113,934

50.5

53.3

12-10 Buffalo, New York

261,310

48.0

98.5

13-12 Lansing, Michigan

114,297

42.5

48.2

14-18 Rochester, Minnesota

106,769

41.5

46.9

15-13 New York, New York (JFK)

8,175,133

41.4

22.5

16-15 Green Bay, Wisconsin

104,057

39.6

46.9

17-28 Anchorage, Alaska

291,826

38.3

68.0

18-23 Worcester, Mass

181,045

37.2

59.2

19-17 Newark, New Jersey

277,140

36.4

26.9

20-16 Allentown, Pennsylvania

118,032

36.2

31.1

21-25 Minneapolis, Minnesota

382,578

36.2

50.3

22-19 Baltimore, Maryland

620,961

35.1

19.9

23-20 Detroit, Michigan

713,777

34.0

39.6

24-22 Milwaukee, Wisconsin

594,833

33.7

43.7

25-21 Spokane, Washington

208,916

33.6

43.0

Some of The Other Snowy Cities in The United States

26-24 Salt Lake City, Utah

186,440

32.9

50.4

27-32 Colorado Springs, Colorado

416,427

30.3

30.0

28-26 Chicago, Illinois

2,695,598

30.1

34.5

29-27 Des Moines, Iowa

203,433

30.0

32.4

30-35 Boston, Mass

617,594

29.5

40.6

31-39

 Lowell, MA

106,519

28.9

48.4

32-29 Madison, Wisconsin

233,209

28.0

46.7

33-30 Omaha, Nebraska

408,958

27.4

24.6

34-31 Philadelphia, Pa

1,526,006

27.2

21.5

35-36 Bridgeport, Connecticut

144,229

27.2

25.9

36-44 Manchester, New Hampshire

109,565

27.2

???

37-33 Provo, Utah

112,488

27.1

51.8

38-34 Pittsburgh, Pa

305,704

26.5

39.3

39-41 Billings, Montana

104,170

25.9

41.9********

40-40 Fargo, North Dakota

105,549

25.2

45.3

41-42 Pueblo, Colorado

106,595

25.2

25.7

42-37 Akron, Ohio

199,110

25.1

43.0

43-38 Cleveland, Ohio

396,815

25.0

62.0

44-43 Reno, Nevada

225,221

24.1

20.6

45-45 Rockford, Illinois

152,871

23.0

34.9

46-46 Washington DC (National)

601,723

22.2

15.3

47-48 Providence, Rhode Island

178,042

22.0

32.2

48-47 Lincoln, Nebraska

258,379

20.5

23.4

49-49 Fort Wayne, Indiana

253,691

19.0

31.8

50-50 Toledo, Ohio

287,208

17.7

35.1

51-51 Columbus, Ohio

787,033

16.8

24.9

52-52 Peoria, Illinois

115,007

15.3

23.5

53-53 Lubbock, Texas

229,573

13.3

7.8

54-54 Indianapolis, Indiana

820,445

13.3

25.3

55-55 Albuquerque, New Mexico

545,852

9.8

???

 

 

 

Some of the Top 25 Snowiest Cities in the United States 2015-2016 Snow Season Updated 3/23/2016

3/23 - 3/18

US States
 and Cities

 2010 City
Population

2015 - 2016 Snowfall Totals

Normal Snow to Date

1-1 Syracuse, New York

145,170

72.2

116.7

2-2 Erie, Pennsylvania

101,786

68.3

94.8

3-3 South Bend, Indiana

101.168

66.1

64.1

4-6 Lakewood, Colorado

142,980

65.6

42.9

5-4 Flint, Michigan

102,434

61.6

43.8

6-5 Sioux Falls, South Dakota

153,888

57.2

37.8

7-7 Rochester, New York

210,565

54.3

92.1

8-11 Fort Collins, Colorado

143,986

53.6

44.7

9-8 Grand Rapids, Michigan

188,040

51.7

71.9

10-9 Ann Arbor, Michigan

113,934

50.5

53.1

11-10 Buffalo, New York

261,310

48.0

89.1

12-14 Denver, Colorado

600,158

43.5

???

13-12 Lansing, Michigan

114,297

42.5

48.0

14-13 New York, New York (JFK)

8,175,133

41.4

22.4

15-28 Anchorage, Alaska

291,826

38.3

67.7

16-15 Green Bay, Wisconsin

104,057

37.5

46.7

17-23 Worcester, Mass

181,045

37.2

58.9

18-18 Rochester, Minnesota

106,769

36.8

46.7

19-17 Newark, New Jersey

277,140

36.4

26.8

20-16 Allentown, Pennsylvania

118,032

36.2

31.0

21-19 Baltimore, Maryland

620,961

35.1

19.9

22-20 Detroit, Michigan

713,777

34.0

39.4

23-21 Spokane, Washington

208,916

33.6

42.9

24-22 Milwaukee, Wisconsin

594,833

33.6

43.5

25-24 Salt Lake City, Utah

186,440

32.9

50.2

Some of The Other Snowy Cities in The United States

26-25 Minneapolis, Minnesota

382,578

32.5

50.0

27-26 Chicago, Illinois

2,695,598

30.1

34.3

28-27 Des Moines, Iowa

203,433

30.0

32.3

29-35 Boston, Mass

617,594

29.5

40.4

30-32 Colorado Springs, Colorado

416,427

29.4

29.7

31-39

 Lowell, MA

106,519

28.9

48.2

32-29 Madison, Wisconsin

233,209

28.0

46.6

33-30 Omaha, Nebraska

408,958

27.4

24.5

34-31 Philadelphia, Pa

1,526,006

27.2

21.5

35-36 Bridgeport, Connecticut

144,229

27.2

25.8

36-44 Manchester, New Hampshire

109,565

27.2

???

37-33 Provo, Utah

112,488

27.1

51.6

38-34 Pittsburgh, Pa

305,704

26.5

39.1

39-41 Billings, Montana

104,170

25.6

41.6

40-40 Fargo, North Dakota

105,549

25.2

45.3

41-42 Pueblo, Colorado

106,595

25.2

25.7

42-37 Akron, Ohio

199,110

25.1

43.0

43-38 Cleveland, Ohio

396,815

25.0

62.0

44-43 Reno, Nevada

225,221

24.1

20.6

45-45 Rockford, Illinois

152,871

23.0

34.9

46-46 Washington DC (National)

601,723

22.2

15.3

47-48 Providence, Rhode Island

178,042

22.0

32.2

48-47 Lincoln, Nebraska

258,379

20.5

23.4

49-49 Fort Wayne, Indiana

253,691

19.0

31.8

50-50 Toledo, Ohio

287,208

17.7

35.1

51-51 Columbus, Ohio

787,033

16.8

24.9

52-52 Peoria, Illinois

115,007

15.3

23.5

53-53 Lubbock, Texas

229,573

13.3

7.8

54-54 Indianapolis, Indiana

820,445

13.3

25.3

55-55 Albuquerque, New Mexico

545,852

9.8

???

 

 

 

Some of the Top 25 Snowiest Cities in the United States 2015-2016 Snow Season Updated 3/19/2016

3/19 - 3/18

US States
 and Cities

 2010 City
Population

2015 - 2016 Snowfall Totals

Normal Snow to Date

1-1 Syracuse, New York

145,170

72.2

116.7

2-2 Erie, Pennsylvania

101,786

68.3

93.2

3-3 South Bend, Indiana

101.168

66.1

63.3

4-4 Flint, Michigan

102,434

61.6

43.1

5-6 Lakewood, Colorado

142,980

59.6

41.3

6-5 Sioux Falls, South Dakota

153,888

57.2

36.9

7-7 Rochester, New York

210,565

53.5

90.4

8-11 Fort Collins, Colorado

143,986

53.3

42.9

9-8 Grand Rapids, Michigan

188,040

51.7

71.1

10-9 Ann Arbor, Michigan

113,934

50.5

52.3

11-10 Buffalo, New York

261,310

48.0

87.7

12-14 Denver, Colorado

600,158

43.5

???

13-12 Lansing, Michigan

114,297

42.5

47.3

14-13 New York, New York (JFK)

8,175,133

40.9

22.1

15-15 Green Bay, Wisconsin

104,057

37.5

45.8

16-18 Rochester, Minnesota

106,769

36.8

45.7

17-16 Allentown, Pennsylvania

118,032

36.2

30.5

18-17 Newark, New Jersey

277,140

36.2

26.3

19-19 Baltimore, Maryland

620,961

35.1

19.7

20-20 Detroit, Michigan

713,777

34.0

38.7

21-21 Spokane, Washington

208,916

33.6

42.5

22-22 Milwaukee, Wisconsin

594,833

33.6

42.9

23-28 Anchorage, Alaska

291,826

31.9

66.5

24-23 Worcester, Mass

181,045

31.7

57.6

25-24 Salt Lake City, Utah

186,440

31.7

49.4

Some of The Other Snowy Cities in The United States

26-25 Minneapolis, Minnesota

382,578

31.2

48.8

27-26 Chicago, Illinois

2,695,598

30.1

33.7

28-27 Des Moines, Iowa

203,433

30.0

31.7

29-32 Colorado Springs, Colorado

416,427

29.4

28.5

30-29 Madison, Wisconsin

233,209

28.0

45.8

31-30 Omaha, Nebraska

408,958

27.4

24.0

32-31 Philadelphia, Pa

1,526,006

27.2

21.2

33-33 Provo, Utah

112,488

27.0

50.8

34-34 Pittsburgh, Pa

305,704

26.1

38.3

35-35 Boston, Mass

617,594

25.9

39.5

36-36 Bridgeport, Connecticut

144,229

25.2

25.3

37-40 Fargo, North Dakota

105,549

25.2

44.3

38-42 Pueblo, Colorado

106,595

25.2

24.8

39-37 Akron, Ohio

199,110

25.1

42.0

40-38 Cleveland, Ohio

396,815

25.0

60.4

41-39

 Lowell, MA

106,519

24.9

47.2

42-41 Billings, Montana

104,170

24.6

40.3

43-43 Reno, Nevada

225,221

24.1

20.4

44-44 Manchester, New Hampshire

109,565

23.0

???

45-45 Rockford, Illinois

152,871

23.0

34.4

46-46 Washington DC (National)

601,723

22.2

15.2

47-47 Lincoln, Nebraska

258,379

20.5

22.8

48-48 Providence, Rhode Island

178,042

19.4

31.7

49-49 Fort Wayne, Indiana

253,691

19.0

31.3

50-50 Toledo, Ohio

287,208

17.7

34.5

51-51 Columbus, Ohio

787,033

16.8

24.4

52-52 Peoria, Illinois

115,007

15.3

23.2

53-53 Lubbock, Texas

229,573

13.3

7.8

54-54 Indianapolis, Indiana

820,445

13.3

25.0

55-55 Albuquerque, New Mexico

545,852

9.8

???

 

 

 

Some of the Top 25 Snowiest Cities in the United States 2015-2016 Snow Season Updated 3/7/2016

Snowiest City on 3/7

US States
 and Cities

2015 - 2016 Snowfall Totals

Snowiest City 3/7/2015

2014 - 2015 Snowfall Totals

1 Syracuse, New York

72.2

Worcester, Mass

115.6

2 Erie, Pennsylvania

68.3

Syracuse, New York

114.2

3 South Bend, Indiana

66.1

 Lowell, MA

113.6

4 Flint, Michigan

61.6

Buffalo, New York

108.8

5 Sioux Falls, South Dakota

56.6

Boston, Mass

105.7

6 Lakewood, Colorado

53.6

Erie, Pennsylvania

103.8

7 Rochester, New York

53.5

Rochester, New York

95.1

8 Grand Rapids, Michigan

51.7

South Bend, Indiana

79.4

9 Ann Arbor, Michigan

50.5

Grand Rapids, Michigan

77.9

10 Buffalo, New York

48.0

Providence, Rhode Island

73.5

11 Fort Collins, Colorado

45.9

Lakewood, Colorado

70.0

12 Lansing, Michigan

42.5

Cleveland, Ohio

65.9

13 New York, New York (JFK)

40.9

Hartford, Connecticut

59.3

14 Denver, Colorado

38.8

Akron, Ohio

58.8

15 Green Bay, Wisconsin

37.5

Ann Arbor, Michigan

51.3

16 Allentown, Pennsylvania

36.2

Bridgeport, Connecticut

51.3

17 Newark, New Jersey

36.2

Detroit, Michigan

47.5

18 Rochester, Minnesota

35.4

Denver, Colorado

47.5

19 Baltimore, Maryland

35.1

Billings, Montana

47.2

20 Detroit, Michigan

34.0

Pittsburgh, Pa

45.4

21 Spokane, Washington

33.6

Colorado Springs, Colorado

44.8

22 Milwaukee, Wisconsin

33.3

Toledo, Ohio

44.6

23 Worcester, Mass

31.7

Chicago, Illinois

44.3

24 Salt Lake City, Utah

31.6

Flint, Michigan

43.9

25 Minneapolis, Minnesota

31.2

Allentown, Pennsylvania

43.6

Some of The Other Snowy Cities in The United States

26 Chicago, Illinois

30.1

New York, New York (Central Park)

42.5

27 Des Moines, Iowa

30.0

Newark, New Jersey

42.5

28 Anchorage, Alaska

29.3

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

41.5

29 Madison, Wisconsin

28.0

Fort Wayne, Indiana

40.1

30 Omaha, Nebraska

27.4

Rochester, Minnesota

38.3

31 Philadelphia, Pa

27.2

Fort Collins, Colorado

38.2

32 Colorado Springs, Colorado

27.1

Lansing, Michigan

35.6

33 Provo, Utah

27.0

Sioux Falls, South Dakota

31.9

34 Pittsburgh, Pa

26.1

Rockford, Illinois

30.4

35 Boston, Mass

25.9

Madison, Wisconsin

30.3

36 Bridgeport, Connecticut

25.2

Green Bay, Wisconsin

29.9

37 Akron, Ohio

25.1

Cincinnati, Ohio

29.9

38 Cleveland, Ohio

25.0

Des Moines, Iowa

29.1

39

 Lowell, MA

24.9

Minneapolis, Minnesota

27.2

40 Fargo, North Dakota

24.7

Peoria, Illinois

27.0

41 Billings, Montana

24.4

Philadelphia, Pa

23.0

42 Pueblo, Colorado

24.2

Anchorage, Alaska

20.7

43 Reno, Nevada

24.1

Spokane, Washington

16.6

44 Manchester, New Hampshire

23.0

Provo, Utah

10.1

45 Rockford, Illinois

23.0

46 Washington DC (National)

22.2

47 Lincoln, Nebraska

20.5

48 Providence, Rhode Island

19.4

49 Fort Wayne, Indiana

19.0

50 Toledo, Ohio

17.7

51 Columbus, Ohio

16.8

52 Peoria, Illinois

15.3

53 Lubbock, Texas

13.3

54 Indianapolis, Indiana

13.3

55 Albuquerque, New Mexico

9.8

 

 

 

Some of the Top 25 Snowiest Cities in the United States 2015-2016 Snow Season Updated 3/7/2016

3/7 - 2/29

US States
 and Cities

 2010 City
Population

2015 - 2016 Snowfall Totals

This Time Last Season

1-2 Syracuse, New York

145,170

72.2

114.2

2-1 Erie, Pennsylvania

101,786

68.3

103.8

3-3 South Bend, Indiana

101.168

66.1

79.2

4-7 Flint, Michigan

102,434

61.6

43.9

5-5 Sioux Falls, South Dakota

153,888

56.6

31.9

6-4 Lakewood, Colorado

142,980

53.6

70.0

7-6 Rochester, New York

210,565

53.5

95.2

8-11 Grand Rapids, Michigan

188,040

51.7

77.9

9-10 Ann Arbor, Michigan

113,934

50.5

51.3

10-8 Buffalo, New York

261,310

48.0

108.8

11-9 Fort Collins, Colorado

143,986

45.9

38.2

12-18 Lansing, Michigan

114,297

42.5

35.6

13-12 New York, New York (JFK)

8,175,133

40.9

41.2

14-13 Denver, Colorado

600,158

38.8

47.5

15-16 Green Bay, Wisconsin

104,057

37.5

29.9

16-14 Allentown, Pennsylvania

118,032

36.2

43.6

17-15 Newark, New Jersey

277,140

36.2

42.5

18-20 Rochester, Minnesota

106,769

35.4

38.3

19-19 Baltimore, Maryland

620,961

35.1

???

20-30 Detroit, Michigan

713,777

34.0

47.5

21-17 Spokane, Washington

208,916

33.6

16.6

22-25 Milwaukee, Wisconsin

594,833

33.3

41.5

23-21 Worcester, Mass

181,045

31.7

115.6

24-22 Salt Lake City, Utah

186,440

31.6

9.6

25-23 Minneapolis, Minnesota

382,578

31.2

27.2

Some of The Other Snowy Cities in The United States

26-27 Chicago, Illinois

2,695,598

30.1

44.3

27-24 Des Moines, Iowa

203,433

30.0

29.1

28-26 Anchorage, Alaska

291,826

29.3

20.7

29-38 Madison, Wisconsin

233,209

28.0

30.3

30-28 Omaha, Nebraska

408,958

27.4

13.8

31-32 Philadelphia, Pa

1,526,006

27.2

23.0

32-31 Colorado Springs, Colorado

416,427

27.1

44.8

33-29 Provo, Utah

112,488

27.0

10.1

34-39 Pittsburgh, Pa

305,704

26.1

46.4

35-33 Boston, Mass

617,594

25.9

105.7

36-34 Bridgeport, Connecticut

144,229

25.2

52.5

37-43 Akron, Ohio

199,110

25.1

58.8

38-45 Cleveland, Ohio

396,815

25.0

65.9

39-35

 Lowell, MA

106,519

24.9

113.6

40-40 Fargo, North Dakota

105,549

24.7

15.8

41-37 Billings, Montana

104,170

24.4

47.2

42-36 Pueblo, Colorado

106,595

24.2

42.8

43-41 Reno, Nevada

225,221

24.1

2.7

44-42 Manchester, New Hampshire

109,565

23.0

68.7

45-46 Rockford, Illinois

152,871

23.0

30.4

46-44 Washington DC (National)

601,723

22.2

???

47-47 Lincoln, Nebraska

258,379

20.5

21.9

48-48 Providence, Rhode Island

178,042

19.4

73.5

49-49 Fort Wayne, Indiana

253,691

19.0

40.1

50-51 Toledo, Ohio

287,208

17.7

44.6

51-52 Columbus, Ohio

787,033

16.8

32.5

52-50 Peoria, Illinois

115,007

15.3

27.0

53-53 Lubbock, Texas

229,573

13.3

14.7

54-54 Indianapolis, Indiana

820,445

13.3

25.6

55-55 Albuquerque, New Mexico

545,852

9.8

???

 

 

 

Some of the Top 25 Snowiest Cities in the United States 2015-2016 Snow Season Updated 3/4/2016

3/4 - 2/29

US States
 and Cities

 2010 City
Population

2015 - 2016 Snowfall Totals

This Time Last Season

1-2 Syracuse, New York

145,170

72.2

113.0

2-1 Erie, Pennsylvania

101,786

68.2

103.8

3-3 South Bend, Indiana

101.168

65.6

79.1

4-7 Flint, Michigan

102,434

60.1

43.9

5-5 Sioux Falls, South Dakota

153,888

56.6

31.9

6-4 Lakewood, Colorado

142,980

53.6

???

7-6 Rochester, New York

210,565

53.5

92.4

8-11 Grand Rapids, Michigan

188,040

49.4

77.9

9-8 Buffalo, New York

261,310

48.0

108.2

10-10 Ann Arbor, Michigan

113,934

46.5

???

11-9 Fort Collins, Colorado

143,986

45.9

???

12-18 Lansing, Michigan

114,297

41.5

35.6

13-12 New York, New York (JFK)

8,175,133

40.9

35.4

14-13 Denver, Colorado

600,158

38.8

???

15-14 Allentown, Pennsylvania

118,032

36.2

36.9

16-15 Newark, New Jersey

277,140

36.2

35.8

17-16 Green Bay, Wisconsin

104,057

35.1

29.9

18-20 Rochester, Minnesota

106,769

35.1

38.3

19-19 Baltimore, Maryland

620,961

35.1

???

20-17 Spokane, Washington

208,916

33.6

16.6

21-30 Detroit, Michigan

713,777

32.5

47.5

22-25 Milwaukee, Wisconsin

594,833

31.8

41.5

23-21 Worcester, Mass

181,045

31.7

115.6

24-22 Salt Lake City, Utah

186,440

31.6

9.6

25-23 Minneapolis, Minnesota

382,578

31.2

27.2

Some of The Other Snowy Cities in The United States

26-24 Des Moines, Iowa

203,433

30.0

29.1

27-27 Chicago, Illinois

2,695,598

29.3

44.3

28-26 Anchorage, Alaska

291,826

29.3

20.7

29-28 Omaha, Nebraska

408,958

27.4

13.6

30-38 Madison, Wisconsin

233,209

27.3

30.3

31-32 Philadelphia, Pa

1,526,006

27.2

15.5

32-29 Provo, Utah

112,488

27.0

???

33-39 Pittsburgh, Pa

305,704

26.3

41.9

34-31 Colorado Springs, Colorado

416,427

26.2

41.5

35-33 Boston, Mass

617,594

25.4

105.7

36-34 Bridgeport, Connecticut

144,229

25.2

48.5

37-43 Akron, Ohio

199,110

24.9

58.8

38-35

 Lowell, MA

106,519

24.8

???

39-40 Fargo, North Dakota

105,549

24.7

15.8

40-45 Cleveland, Ohio

396,815

24.7

65.9

41-37 Billings, Montana

104,170

24.4

47.2

42-36 Pueblo, Colorado

106,595

24.2

41.1

43-41 Reno, Nevada

225,221

24.1

2.7

44-42 Manchester, New Hampshire

109,565

23.0

68.7

45-46 Rockford, Illinois

152,871

22.3

30.4

46-44 Washington DC (National)

601,723

22.2

???

47-47 Lincoln, Nebraska

258,379

20.5

21.4

48-48 Providence, Rhode Island

178,042

19.4

67.2

49-49 Fort Wayne, Indiana

253,691

18.8

40.1

50-52 Columbus, Ohio

787,033

16.8

31.6

51-51 Toledo, Ohio

287,208

16.7

44.6

52-50 Peoria, Illinois

115,007

15.3

27.0

53-53 Lubbock, Texas

229,573

13.3

13.6

54-54 Indianapolis, Indiana

820,445

13.3

25.6

55-55 Albuquerque, New Mexico

545,852

9.8

???

 

 

 

Some of the Top 25 Snowiest Cities in the United States 2015-2016 Snow Season Updated 3/3/2016

3/3 - 2/29

US States
 and Cities

 2010 City
Population

2015 - 2016 Snowfall Totals

Normal
Snowfall to Date

1-2 Syracuse, New York

145,170

71.6

103.6

2-1 Erie, Pennsylvania

101,786

67.3

85.1

3-3 South Bend, Indiana

101.168

62.9

58.8

4-7 Flint, Michigan

102,434

59.9

39.2

5-5 Sioux Falls, South Dakota

153,888

56.6

32.1

6-4 Lakewood, Colorado

142,980

53.6

35.9

7-6 Rochester, New York

210,565

53.5

80.3

8-11 Grand Rapids, Michigan

188,040

49.0

66.0

9-8 Buffalo, New York

261,310

47.9

79.9

10-9 Fort Collins, Colorado

143,986

45.9

36.4

11-10 Ann Arbor, Michigan

113,934

45.5

47.2

12-18 Lansing, Michigan

114,297

40.8

42.8

13-12 New York, New York (JFK)

8,175,133

39.5

19.9

14-13 Denver, Colorado

600,158

38.8

???

15-14 Allentown, Pennsylvania

118,032

35.9

27.5

16-16 Green Bay, Wisconsin

104,057

35.1

40.9

17-15 Newark, New Jersey

277,140

34.8

23.5

18-20 Rochester, Minnesota

106,769

34.6

40.6

19-17 Spokane, Washington

208,916

33.6

40.5

20-19 Baltimore, Maryland

620,961

32.6

18.5

21-25 Milwaukee, Wisconsin

594,833

31.8

38.4

22-21 Worcester, Mass

181,045

31.7

50.8

23-22 Salt Lake City, Utah

186,440

31.6

45.7

24-23 Minneapolis, Minnesota

382,578

30.8

42.5

25-24 Des Moines, Iowa

203,433

30.0

28.7

Some of The Other Snowy Cities in The United States

26-30 Detroit, Michigan

713,777

29.9

34.5

27-27 Chicago, Illinois

2,695,598

28.5

30.3

28-26 Anchorage, Alaska

291,826

27.6

61.0

29-28 Omaha, Nebraska

408,958

27.4

21.4

30-38 Madison, Wisconsin

233,209

27.3

41.7

31-29 Provo, Utah

112,488

27.0

47.1

32-31 Colorado Springs, Colorado

416,427

26.2

24.4

33-32 Philadelphia, Pa

1,526,006

26.2

19.4

34-33 Boston, Mass

617,594

25.4

34.8

35-34 Bridgeport, Connecticut

144,229

24.9

22.1

36-35

 Lowell, MA

106,519

24.8

41.3

37-40 Fargo, North Dakota

105,549

24.6

38.7

38-37 Billings, Montana

104,170

24.4

35.0

39-39 Pittsburgh, Pa

305,704

24.4

33.8

40-36 Pueblo, Colorado

106,595

24.2

22.1

41-41 Reno, Nevada

225,221

24.1

19.3

42-43 Akron, Ohio

199,110

23.2

37.2

43-42 Manchester, New Hampshire

109,565

23.0

???

44-45 Cleveland, Ohio

396,815

22.2

53.2

45-44 Washington DC (National)

601,723

21.9

14.3

46-46 Rockford, Illinois

152,871

21.9

31.4

47-47 Lincoln, Nebraska

258,379

20.5

20.0

48-48 Providence, Rhode Island

178,042

19.4

28.2

49-49 Fort Wayne, Indiana

253,691

16.8

28.8

50-51 Toledo, Ohio

287,208

15.7

31.0

51-50 Peoria, Illinois

115,007

15.1

21.6

52-52 Columbus, Ohio

787,033

14.5

21.8

53-53 Lubbock, Texas

229,573

13.3

7.4

54-54 Indianapolis, Indiana

820,445

12.1

23.4

55-55 Albuquerque, New Mexico

545,852

9.8

???

 

 

Some of the Top 25 Snowiest Cities in the United States 2015-2016 Snow Season Updated 3/2/2016

3/2 - 2/29

US States
 and Cities

 2010 City
Population

2015 - 2016 Snowfall Totals

Normal
Snowfall to Date

1-2 Syracuse, New York

145,170

69.9

103.6

2-1 Erie, Pennsylvania

101,786

67.3

85.1

3-3 South Bend, Indiana

101.168

62.9

58.8

4-7 Flint, Michigan

102,434

59.9

39.2

5-5 Sioux Falls, South Dakota

153,888

56.6

32.1

6-4 Lakewood, Colorado

142,980

53.6

35.6

7-6 Rochester, New York

210,565

52.6

80.3

8-11 Grand Rapids, Michigan

188,040

49.0

65.6

9-8 Buffalo, New York

261,310

47.8

79.9

10-9 Fort Collins, Colorado

143,986

45.9

36.0

11-10 Ann Arbor, Michigan

113,934

43.4

46.9

12-18 Lansing, Michigan

114,297

40.8

42.8

13-12 New York, New York (JFK)

8,175,133

39.5

19.9

14-13 Denver, Colorado

600,158

38.8

???

15-14 Allentown, Pennsylvania

118,032

35.9

27.5

16-16 Green Bay, Wisconsin

104,057

35.1

40.9

17-15 Newark, New Jersey

277,140

34.8

23.5

18-20 Rochester, Minnesota

106,769

34.6

40.6

19-17 Spokane, Washington

208,916

33.6

40.5

20-19 Baltimore, Maryland

620,961

32.6

18.5

21-25 Milwaukee, Wisconsin

594,833

31.8

38.4

22-21 Worcester, Mass

181,045

31.7

50.8

23-22 Salt Lake City, Utah

186,440

31.6

45.7

24-23 Minneapolis, Minnesota

382,578

30.8

42.5

25-24 Des Moines, Iowa

203,433

30.0

28.7

Some of The Other Snowy Cities in The United States

26-30 Detroit, Michigan

713,777

29.9

34.5

27-27 Chicago, Illinois

2,695,598

28.5

30.3

28-26 Anchorage, Alaska

291,826

27.6

61.0

29-28 Omaha, Nebraska

408,958

27.4

21.4

30-38 Madison, Wisconsin

233,209

27.3

41.4

31-29 Provo, Utah

112,488

27.0

47.1

32-31 Colorado Springs, Colorado

416,427

26.2

24.2

33-32 Philadelphia, Pa

1,526,006

26.2

19.2

34-33 Boston, Mass

617,594

25.4

34.4

35-34 Bridgeport, Connecticut

144,229

24.9

21.9

36-35

 Lowell, MA

106,519

24.8

41.3

37-37 Billings, Montana

104,170

24.4

34.8

38-39 Pittsburgh, Pa

305,704

24.4

33.5

39-40 Fargo, North Dakota

105,549

24.3

38.4

40-36 Pueblo, Colorado

106,595

24.2

21.9

41-41 Reno, Nevada

225,221

24.1

19.1

42-42 Manchester, New Hampshire

109,565

23.0

???

43-43 Akron, Ohio

199,110

22.7

36.8

44-44 Washington DC (National)

601,723

21.9

14.2

45-45 Cleveland, Ohio

396,815

21.8

52.7

46-46 Rockford, Illinois

152,871

21.7

31.2

47-47 Lincoln, Nebraska

258,379

20.5

19.9

48-48 Providence, Rhode Island

178,042

19.4

27.9

49-49 Fort Wayne, Indiana

253,691

16.6

28.6

50-51 Toledo, Ohio

287,208

15.5

30.8

51-50 Peoria, Illinois

115,007

15.1

21.4

52-52 Columbus, Ohio

787,033

14.5

21.6

53-53 Lubbock, Texas

229,573

13.3

7.4

54-54 Indianapolis, Indiana

820,445

12.1

23.2

55-55 Albuquerque, New Mexico

545,852

9.8

???

 

 

 

END OF FEBRUARY 2016

Some of the Top 25 Snowiest Cities in the United States 2015-2016 Snow Season Updated 3/1/2016

3/1 - 2/29

US States
 and Cities

 2010 City
Population

2015 - 2016 Snowfall Totals

Normal
Snowfall to Date

1-1 Erie, Pennsylvania

101,786

67.2

84.0

2-2 Syracuse, New York

145,170

66.1

101.9

3-3 South Bend, Indiana

101.168

59.3

58.1

4-5 Sioux Falls, South Dakota

153,888

56.3

31.5

5-4 Lakewood, Colorado

142,980

53.6

35.3

6-6 Rochester, New York

210,565

51.7

78.9

7-7 Flint, Michigan

102,434

50.4

38.6

8-8 Buffalo, New York

261,310

47.1

78.8

9-9 Fort Collins, Colorado

143,986

45.9

35.7

10-11 Grand Rapids, Michigan

188,040

44.7

65.2

11-10 Ann Arbor, Michigan

113,934

41.7

46.5

12-12 New York, New York (JFK)

8,175,133

39.5

19.5

13-13 Denver, Colorado

600,158

38.8

???

14-14 Allentown, Pennsylvania

118,032

35.9

27.0

15-18 Lansing, Michigan

114,297

35.4

42.5

16-15 Newark, New Jersey

277,140

34.7

23.0

17-16 Green Bay, Wisconsin

104,057

33.8

40.2

18-17 Spokane, Washington

208,916

33.6

40.3

19-19 Baltimore, Maryland

620,961

32.6

18.2

20-20 Rochester, Minnesota

106,769

32.5

39.9

21-21 Worcester, Mass

181,045

31.7

49.9

22-22 Salt Lake City, Utah

186,440

31.6

45.4

23-23 Minneapolis, Minnesota

382,578

30.8

41.7

24-24 Des Moines, Iowa

203,433

30.0

28.3

25-25 Milwaukee, Wisconsin

594,833

29.1

37.8

Some of The Other Snowy Cities in The United States

26-26 Anchorage, Alaska

291,826

27.6

60.3

27-27 Chicago, Illinois

2,695,598

27.5

29.8

28-28 Omaha, Nebraska

408,958

27.4

21.2

29-29 Provo, Utah

112,488

27.0

46.9

30-30 Detroit, Michigan

713,777

26.6

33.9

31-31 Colorado Springs, Colorado

416,427

26.4

24.0

32-32 Philadelphia, Pa

1,526,006

26.2

19.0

33-33 Boston, Mass

617,594

25.4

34.1

34-34 Bridgeport, Connecticut

144,229

24.9

21.6

35-35

 Lowell, MA

106,519

24.8

40.9

36-36 Pueblo, Colorado

106,595

24.6

21.8

37-38 Madison, Wisconsin

233,209

24.5

41.1

38-37 Billings, Montana

104,170

24.4

34.5

39-39 Pittsburgh, Pa

305,704

24.4

33.1

40-40 Fargo, North Dakota

105,549

24.3

38.0

41-41 Reno, Nevada

225,221

24.1

19.0

42-42 Manchester, New Hampshire

109,565

23.0

???

43-43 Akron, Ohio

199,110

22.7

36.5

44-44 Washington DC (National)

601,723

21.9

14.1

45-45 Cleveland, Ohio

396,815

21.6

52.2

46-46 Rockford, Illinois

152,871

21.2

31.0

47-47 Lincoln, Nebraska

258,379

20.5

19.7

48-48 Providence, Rhode Island

178,042

19.4

27.7

49-49 Fort Wayne, Indiana

253,691

16.2

28.4

50-50 Peoria, Illinois

115,007

15.1

21.3

51-51 Toledo, Ohio

287,208

14.6

30.5

52-52 Columbus, Ohio

787,033

14.5

21.4

53-53 Lubbock, Texas

229,573

13.3

7.4

54-54 Indianapolis, Indiana

820,445

12.1

23.1

55-55 Albuquerque, New Mexico

545,852

9.8

???

 

 

 

Some of the Top 25 Snowiest Cities in the United States 2015-2016 Snow Season Updated 2/29/2016

2/29 - 2/16

US States
 and Cities

 2010 City
Population

2015 - 2016 Snowfall Totals

Normal
Snowfall to Date

1-1 Erie, Pennsylvania

101,786

67.2

84.0

2-2 Syracuse, New York

145,170

65.4

101.9

3-6 South Bend, Indiana

101.168

59.3

58.1

4-4 Lakewood, Colorado

142,980

53.6

35.0

5-3 Sioux Falls, South Dakota

153,888

51.8

31.5

6-5 Rochester, New York

210,565

51.7

78.9

7-10 Flint, Michigan

102,434

50.4

38.6

8-8 Buffalo, New York

261,310

47.1

78.8

9-7 Fort Collins, Colorado

143,986

45.9

35.4

10-20 Ann Arbor, Michigan

113,934

41.7

46.1

11-23 Grand Rapids, Michigan

188,040

41.6

64.8

12-9 New York, New York (JFK)

8,175,133

39.5

19.5

13-11 Denver, Colorado

600,158

38.8

???

14-12 Allentown, Pennsylvania

118,032

35.9

27.0

15-13 Newark, New Jersey

277,140

34.7

23.0

16-15 Green Bay, Wisconsin

104,057

33.8

40.2

17-14 Spokane, Washington

208,916

33.6

40.3

18-40 Lansing, Michigan

114,297

33.6

42.2

19-16 Baltimore, Maryland

620,961

32.6

18.2

20-17 Rochester, Minnesota

106,769

32.5

39.9

21-18 Worcester, Mass

181,045

31.7

49.9

22-21 Salt Lake City, Utah

186,440

31.6

45.4

23-19 Minneapolis, Minnesota

382,578

30.8

41.7

24-22 Des Moines, Iowa

203,433

30.0

28.3

25-24 Milwaukee, Wisconsin

594,833

29.1

37.8

Some of The Other Snowy Cities in The United States

26-29 Anchorage, Alaska

291,826

27.6

60.3

27-30 Chicago, Illinois

2,695,598

27.5

29.8

28-25 Omaha, Nebraska

408,958

27.4

21.2

29-26 Provo, Utah

112,488

27.0

46.6

30-44 Detroit, Michigan

713,777

26.6

33.9

31-27 Colorado Springs, Colorado

416,427

26.4

24.0

32-28 Philadelphia, Pa

1,526,006

26.2

19.0

33-31 Boston, Mass

617,594

25.4

34.1

34-32 Bridgeport, Connecticut

144,229

24.9

21.6

35-33

 Lowell, MA

106,519

24.8

40.5

36-35 Pueblo, Colorado

106,595

24.6

21.8

37-34 Billings, Montana

104,170

24.4

34.5

38-36 Madison, Wisconsin

233,209

24.4

41.1

39-38 Pittsburgh, Pa

305,704

24.4

32.8

40-37 Fargo, North Dakota

105,549

24.3

38.0

41-39 Reno, Nevada

225,221

24.1

19.0

42-41 Manchester, New Hampshire

109,565

23.0

???

43-47 Akron, Ohio

199,110

22.7

36.5

44-42 Washington DC (National)

601,723

21.9

14.1

45-46 Cleveland, Ohio

396,815

21.6

52.2

46-43 Rockford, Illinois

152,871

21.2

31.0

47-45 Lincoln, Nebraska

258,379

20.5

19.7

48-48 Providence, Rhode Island

178,042

19.4

27.7

49-50 Fort Wayne, Indiana

253,691

16.2

28.4

50-49 Peoria, Illinois

115,007

15.1

21.3

51-52 Toledo, Ohio

287,208

14.6

30.5

52-New Columbus, Ohio

787,033

14.5

21.4

53-51 Lubbock, Texas

229,573

13.3

7.4

54-53 Indianapolis, Indiana

820,445

12.1

23.1

55-54 Albuquerque, New Mexico

545,852

9.8

???

 

 

 

Some of the Top 25 Snowiest Cities in the United States 2015-2016 Snow Season Updated 2/26/2016

2/26 - 2/16

US States
 and Cities

 2010 City
Population

2015 - 2016 Snowfall Totals

Normal
Snowfall to Date

1-1 Erie, Pennsylvania

101,786

67.2

82.8

2-2 Syracuse, New York

145,170

65.0

100.2

3-6 South Bend, Indiana

101.168

59.3

57.3

4-4 Lakewood, Colorado

142,980

53.6

34.4

5-3 Sioux Falls, South Dakota

153,888

51.8

31.0

6-5 Rochester, New York

210,565

51.7

77.4

7-10 Flint, Michigan

102,434

50.4

37.9

8-8 Buffalo, New York

261,310

47.1

77.7

9-7 Fort Collins, Colorado

143,986

45.8

34.9

10-20 Ann Arbor, Michigan

113,934

41.6

45.3

11-23 Grand Rapids, Michigan

188,040

41.2

63.9

12-9 New York, New York (JFK)

8,175,133

39.5

19.1

13-11 Denver, Colorado

600,158

38.8

???

14-12 Allentown, Pennsylvania

118,032

35.9

26.4

15-13 Newark, New Jersey

277,140

34.7

22.5

16-14 Spokane, Washington

208,916

33.6

39.7

17-40 Lansing, Michigan

114,297

33.6

41.5

18-15 Green Bay, Wisconsin

104,057

33.5

39.5

19-16 Baltimore, Maryland

620,961

32.6

17.8

20-17 Rochester, Minnesota

106,769

32.5

39.3

21-18 Worcester, Mass

181,045

31.7

48.9

22-21 Salt Lake City, Utah

186,440

31.6

44.4

23-19 Minneapolis, Minnesota

382,578

30.7

41.1

24-22 Des Moines, Iowa

203,433

30.0

27.9

25-24 Milwaukee, Wisconsin

594,833

29.1

37.2

Some of The Other Snowy Cities in The United States

26-29 Anchorage, Alaska

291,826

27.6

59.7

27-30 Chicago, Illinois

2,695,598

27.5

29.3

28-25 Omaha, Nebraska

408,958

27.4

20.8

29-26 Provo, Utah

112,488

27.0

45.9

30-44 Detroit, Michigan

713,777

26.6

33.2

31-27 Colorado Springs, Colorado

416,427

26.4

23.5

32-28 Philadelphia, Pa

1,526,006

26.2

18.6

33-31 Boston, Mass

617,594

25.4

33.4

34-32 Bridgeport, Connecticut

144,229

24.9

21.1

35-33

 Lowell, MA

106,519

24.8

39.8

36-35 Pueblo, Colorado

106,595

24.6

21.4

37-34 Billings, Montana

104,170

24.4

34.0

38-36 Madison, Wisconsin

233,209

24.4

40.5

39-37 Fargo, North Dakota

105,549

24.3

37.4

40-39 Reno, Nevada

225,221

24.1

18.4

41-38 Pittsburgh, Pa

305,704

23.9

32.0

42-41 Manchester, New Hampshire

109,565

23.0

???

43-47 Akron, Ohio

199,110

22.7

35.7

44-42 Washington DC (National)

601,723

21.9

13.8

45-46 Cleveland, Ohio

396,815

21.8

51.2

46-43 Rockford, Illinois

152,871

21.2

30.6

47-45 Lincoln, Nebraska

258,379

20.5

19.4

48-48 Providence, Rhode Island

178,042

19.4

27.2

49-50 Fort Wayne, Indiana

253,691

16.2

28.0

50-49 Peoria, Illinois

115,007

15.1

20.9

51-52 Toledo, Ohio

287,208

14.6

30.0

52-New Columbus, Ohio

787,033

14.5

21.0

53-51 Lubbock, Texas

229,573

13.3

7.4

54-53 Indianapolis, Indiana

820,445

12.1

22.8

55-54 Albuquerque, New Mexico

545,852

9.8

???

 

 

Some of the Top 25 Snowiest Cities in the United States 2015-2016 Snow Season Updated 2/26/2016

  Hartford, Connecticut*

124,775

17.1

32.2

  Cincinnati, Ohio*

296,943

16.9

18.1

  Joliet, Illinois*

147,433

15.9

???

  St Paul, Minnesota*

285,068

15.9

???

  Springfield, Illinois*

116,250

15.6

17.6

  Lexington, Kentucky*

295,803*

14.6

11.1

  Louisville, Kentucky*

597,337*

14.4

10.8

  Richmond, Virginia*

210.309*

13.9

9.4

  Amarillo, Texas*

190,695

12.1

13.9

  Nashville, Tennessee*

644,014*

11.3

2.6

  Boise, Idaho*

205,671

10.9

17.4

  Dayton, Ohio*

141,527

10.6

18.7

  El Paso, Texas*

649,121

8.1

???

  Midland, Texas*

111,147

8.0

???

  Kansas City, Missouri

459,787

5.3

15.9

  Abilene, Texas

117,063

5.1

4.0

  Topeka, Kansas

127,473

3.5

15.6

  Independence, Missouri

116,830

3.5

12.4

  Springfield, Missouri

159,498

3.0

???

  Oklahoma City, OK

579,999

1.2

6.6

  Wichita, Kansas

382,368

0.8

???

  Seattle, WA

608,660

Trace

5.9

 

Some of the Top 25 Snowiest Cities in the United States 2015-2016 Snow Season Updated 2/25/2016

2/25 - 2/16

US States
 and Cities

 2010 City
Population

2015 - 2016 Snowfall Totals

Normal
Snowfall to Date

1-1 Erie, Pennsylvania

101,786

66.1

82.2

2-2 Syracuse, New York

145,170

63.6

99.4

3-6 South Bend, Indiana

101.168

59.3

56.8

4-4 Lakewood, Colorado

142,980

53.6

34.2

5-3 Sioux Falls, South Dakota

153,888

51.8

30.7

6-10 Flint, Michigan

102,434

50.0

37.6

7-5 Rochester, New York

210,565

49.9

76.6

8-7 Fort Collins, Colorado

143,986

45.8

34.6

9-8 Buffalo, New York

261,310

45.3

77.1

10-23 Grand Rapids, Michigan

188,040

41.2

63.5

11-9 New York, New York (JFK)

8,175,133

39.5

18.8

12-11 Denver, Colorado

600,158

38.8

???

13-20 Ann Arbor, Michigan

113,934

37.3

44.8

14-12 Allentown, Pennsylvania

118,032

35.9

26.1

15-13 Newark, New Jersey

277,140

34.7

22.2

16-14 Spokane, Washington

208,916

33.6

39.7

17-40 Lansing, Michigan

114,297

33.6

41.1

18-15 Green Bay, Wisconsin

104,057

33.5

39.2

19-16 Baltimore, Maryland

620,961

32.6

17.6

20-17 Rochester, Minnesota

106,769

32.5

39.0

21-18 Worcester, Mass

181,045

31.7

48.4

22-21 Salt Lake City, Utah

186,440

31.6

44.4

23-19 Minneapolis, Minnesota

382,578

30.7

40.8

24-22 Des Moines, Iowa

203,433

30.0

27.6

25-24 Milwaukee, Wisconsin

594,833

29.1

36.9

Some of The Other Snowy Cities in The United States

26-29 Anchorage, Alaska

291,826

27.6

59.4

27-30 Chicago, Illinois

2,695,598

27.5

29.0

28-25 Omaha, Nebraska

408,958

27.4

20.7

29-26 Provo, Utah

112,488

27.0

45.6

30-44 Detroit, Michigan

713,777

26.6

32.9

31-27 Colorado Springs, Colorado

416,427

26.4

23.5

32-28 Philadelphia, Pa

1,526,006

26.2

18.4

33-31 Boston, Mass

617,594

25.4

33.0

34-32 Bridgeport, Connecticut

144,229

24.9

20.8

35-33

 Lowell, MA

106,519

24.8

39.4

36-35 Pueblo, Colorado

106,595

24.6

21.4

37-34 Billings, Montana

104,170

24.4

33.7

38-36 Madison, Wisconsin

233,209

24.4

40.1

39-37 Fargo, North Dakota

105,549

24.3

37.1

40-39 Reno, Nevada

225,221

24.1

18.4

41-38 Pittsburgh, Pa

305,704

23.8

31.6

42-41 Manchester, New Hampshire

109,565

23.0

???

43-42 Washington DC (National)

601,723

21.9

13.7

44-46 Cleveland, Ohio

396,815

21.6

50.7

45-47 Akron, Ohio

199,110

21.6

35.3

46-43 Rockford, Illinois

152,871

21.2

30.3

47-45 Lincoln, Nebraska

258,379

20.5

19.2

48-48 Providence, Rhode Island

178,042

19.4

26.9

49-50 Fort Wayne, Indiana

253,691

15.5

27.7

50-49 Peoria, Illinois

115,007

15.1

20.8

51-52 Toledo, Ohio

287,208

14.6

29.7

52-51 Lubbock, Texas

229,573

13.3

7.3

53-53 Indianapolis, Indiana

820,445

12.1

22.6

54-54 Albuquerque, New Mexico

545,852

9.8

???

 

 

 

Some of the Top 25 Snowiest Cities in the United States 2015-2016 Snow Season Updated 2/24/2016

2/24 - 2/16

US States
 and Cities

 2010 City
Population

2015 - 2016 Snowfall Totals

Normal
Snowfall to Date

1-1 Erie, Pennsylvania

101,786

64.3

81.6

2-2 Syracuse, New York

145,170

63.6

98.5

3-4 Lakewood, Colorado

142,980

53.6

33.9

4-6 South Bend, Indiana

101.168

53.1

56.4

5-3 Sioux Falls, South Dakota

153,888

51.6

30.4

6-5 Rochester, New York

210,565

49.9

75.9

7-7 Fort Collins, Colorado

143,986

45.8

34.3

8-8 Buffalo, New York

261,310

45.3

76.5

9-10 Flint, Michigan

102,434

43.1

37.2

10-9 New York, New York (JFK)

8,175,133

39.5

18.5

11-11 Denver, Colorado

600,158

38.8

???

12-12 Allentown, Pennsylvania

118,032

35.9

25.8

13-13 Newark, New Jersey

277,140

34.7

21.9

14-14 Spokane, Washington

208,916

33.6

39.5

15-15 Green Bay, Wisconsin

104,057

33.5

38.8

16-23 Grand Rapids, Michigan

188,040

33.3

63.0

17-16 Baltimore, Maryland

620,961

32.6

17.4

18-17 Rochester, Minnesota

106,769

32.5

38.7

19-18 Worcester, Mass

181,045

31.7

47.9

20-21 Salt Lake City, Utah

186,440

31.6

44.0

21-20 Ann Arbor, Michigan

113,934

31.5

44.4

22-19 Minneapolis, Minnesota

382,578

30.7

40.5

23-22 Des Moines, Iowa

203,433

30.0

27.4

24-24 Milwaukee, Wisconsin

594,833

29.1

36.5

25-29 Anchorage, Alaska

291,826

27.6

59.0

Some of The Other Snowy Cities in The United States

26-25 Omaha, Nebraska

408,958

27.4

20.5

27-26 Provo, Utah

112,488

27.0

45.2

28-30 Chicago, Illinois

2,695,598

27.0

28.7

29-27 Colorado Springs, Colorado

416,427

26.4

23.3

30-28 Philadelphia, Pa

1,526,006

26.2

18.1

31-31 Boston, Mass

617,594

25.4

32.6

32-32 Bridgeport, Connecticut

144,229

24.9

20.5

33-33

 Lowell, MA

106,519

24.8

38.9

34-35 Pueblo, Colorado

106,595

24.6

21.3

35-34 Billings, Montana

104,170

24.4

33.5

36-36 Madison, Wisconsin

233,209

24.4

39.8

37-37 Fargo, North Dakota

105,549

24.3

36.8

38-39 Reno, Nevada

225,221

24.1

18.3

39-40 Lansing, Michigan

114,297

24.0

40.7

40-38 Pittsburgh, Pa

305,704

23.8

31.3

41-44 Detroit, Michigan

713,777

23.4

32.5

42-41 Manchester, New Hampshire

109,565

22.3

???

43-42 Washington DC (National)

601,723

21.9

13.5

44-43 Rockford, Illinois

152,871

21.2

30.1

45-46 Cleveland, Ohio

396,815

20.6

50.1

46-47 Akron, Ohio

199,110

20.6

34.9

47-45 Lincoln, Nebraska

258,379

20.5

19.0

48-48 Providence, Rhode Island

178,042

19.4

26.7

49-49 Peoria, Illinois

115,007

15.1

20.6

50-50 Fort Wayne, Indiana

253,691

15.1

27.5

51-51 Lubbock, Texas

229,573

13.3

7.3

52-52 Toledo, Ohio

287,208

11.8

29.4

53-53 Indianapolis, Indiana

820,445

11.7

22.4

54-54 Albuquerque, New Mexico

545,852

9.8

???

 

 

 

Some of the Top 25 Snowiest Cities in the United States 2015-2016 Snow Season Updated 2/22/2016

2/22 - 2/16

US States
 and Cities

 2010 City
Population

2015 - 2016 Snowfall Totals

Normal
Snowfall to Date

1-1 Erie, Pennsylvania

101,786

64.3

79.8

2-2 Syracuse, New York

145,170

63.6

96.0

3-3 Sioux Falls, South Dakota

153,888

51.6

29.7

4-5 Rochester, New York

210,565

49.9

73.6

5-4 Lakewood, Colorado

142,980

49.6

33.4

6-6 South Bend, Indiana

101.168

48.4

55.0

7-7 Fort Collins, Colorado

143,986

45.8

33.8

8-8 Buffalo, New York

261,310

45.3

74.8

9-10 Flint, Michigan

102,434

40.3

36.1

10-9 New York, New York (JFK)

8,175,133

39.5

17.6

11-11 Denver, Colorado

600,158

38.8

???

12-12 Allentown, Pennsylvania

118,032

35.9

24.6

13-13 Newark, New Jersey

277,140

34.7

20.9

14-14 Spokane, Washington

208,916

33.6

38.9

15-15 Green Bay, Wisconsin

104,057

33.2

37.8

16-16 Baltimore, Maryland

620,961

32.6

16.7

17-17 Rochester, Minnesota

106,769

32.5

37.8

18-21 Salt Lake City, Utah

186,440

31.6

43.0

19-20 Ann Arbor, Michigan

113,934

31.5

43.5

20-18 Worcester, Mass

181,045

31.2

46.4

21-19 Minneapolis, Minnesota

382,578

30.4

39.5

22-23 Grand Rapids, Michigan

188,040

30.0

62.0

23-22 Des Moines, Iowa

203,433

30.0

26.6

24-24 Milwaukee, Wisconsin

594,833

29.1

35.5

25-29 Anchorage, Alaska

291,826

27.6

57.9

Some of The Other Snowy Cities in The United States

26-25 Omaha, Nebraska

408,958

27.4

19.9

27-26 Provo, Utah

112,488

27.0

44.5

28-27 Colorado Springs, Colorado

416,427

26.4

22.8

29-28 Philadelphia, Pa

1,526,006

26.2

17.3

30-30 Chicago, Illinois

2,695,598

25.8

27.8

31-31 Boston, Mass

617,594

25.4

31.4

32-32 Bridgeport, Connecticut

144,229

24.9

19.6

33-33

 Lowell, MA

106,519

24.8

38.2

34-34 Billings, Montana

104,170

24.4

32.7

35-36 Madison, Wisconsin

233,209

24.4

38.7

36-35 Pueblo, Colorado

106,595

24.2

20.9

37-39 Reno, Nevada

225,221

24.1

17.7

38-37 Fargo, North Dakota

105,549

24.0

35.9

39-38 Pittsburgh, Pa

305,704

23.8

30.5

40-40 Lansing, Michigan

114,297

23.2

39.9

41-41 Manchester, New Hampshire

109,565

22.2

???

42-42 Washington DC (National)

601,723

21.9

13.0

43-44 Detroit, Michigan

713,777

21.4

31.4

44-43 Rockford, Illinois

152,871

21.2

29.4

45-46 Cleveland, Ohio

396,815

20.6

48.6

46-47 Akron, Ohio

199,110

20.6

33.8

47-45 Lincoln, Nebraska

258,379

20.5

18.4

48-48 Providence, Rhode Island

178,042

19.4

25.8

49-49 Peoria, Illinois

115,007

15.1

20.0

50-50 Fort Wayne, Indiana

253,691

14.9

26.8

51-51 Lubbock, Texas

229,573

13.3

7.2

52-52 Toledo, Ohio

287,208

11.8

28.4

53-53 Indianapolis, Indiana

820,445

11.3

21.8

54-54 Albuquerque, New Mexico

545,852

9.6

???

 

 

 

Some of the Top 25 Snowiest Cities in the United States 2015-2016 Snow Season Updated 2/19/2016

2/19 - 2/16

US States
 and Cities

 2010 City
Population

2015 - 2016 Snowfall Totals

Normal
Snowfall to Date

1-1 Erie, Pennsylvania

101,786

64.3

78.0

2-2 Syracuse, New York

145,170

63.6

93.3

3-3 Sioux Falls, South Dakota

153,888

50.7

28.9

4-5 Rochester, New York

210,565

49.9

71.3

5-4 Lakewood, Colorado

142,980

49.6

32.6

6-6 South Bend, Indiana

101.168

48.4

53.5

7-7 Fort Collins, Colorado

143,986

45.8

33.0

8-8 Buffalo, New York

261,310

45.3

73.0

9-10 Flint, Michigan

102,434

40.3

34.9

10-9 New York, New York (JFK)

8,175,133

39.5

16.7

11-11 Denver, Colorado

600,158

38.8

???

12-12 Allentown, Pennsylvania

118,032

35.9

23.4

13-13 Newark, New Jersey

277,140

34.7

19.9

14-14 Spokane, Washington

208,916

33.6

38.0

15-15 Green Bay, Wisconsin

104,057

33.2

36.7

16-16 Baltimore, Maryland

620,961

32.6

15.8

17-17 Rochester, Minnesota

106,769

32.5

36.9

18-21 Salt Lake City, Utah

186,440

31.6

41.8

19-20 Ann Arbor, Michigan

113,934

31.5

41.6

20-18 Worcester, Mass

181,045

31.2

44.7

21-19 Minneapolis, Minnesota

382,578

30.4

38.7

22-23 Grand Rapids, Michigan

188,040

30.0

60.5

23-22 Des Moines, Iowa

203,433

29.9

25.9

24-24 Milwaukee, Wisconsin

594,833

29.1

34.4

25-25 Omaha, Nebraska

408,958

27.4

19.3

Some of The Other Snowy Cities in The United States

26-26 Provo, Utah

112,488

27.0

43.4

27-27 Colorado Springs, Colorado

416,427

26.4

22.3

28-28 Philadelphia, Pa

1,526,006

26.2

16.4

29-29 Anchorage, Alaska

291,826

25.8

56.8

30-30 Chicago, Illinois

2,695,598

25.8

26.9

31-31 Boston, Mass

617,594

25.3

30.2

32-32 Bridgeport, Connecticut

144,229

24.9

18.7

33-33

 Lowell, MA

106,519

24.8

36.6

34-34 Billings, Montana

104,170

24.4

32.0

35-36 Madison, Wisconsin

233,209

24.4

37.6

36-35 Pueblo, Colorado

106,595

24.2

20.4

37-37 Fargo, North Dakota

105,549

23.8

35.1

38-38 Pittsburgh, Pa

305,704

23.8

29.1

39-40 Lansing, Michigan

114,297

23.2

38.3

40-39 Reno, Nevada

225,221

22.9

16.9

41-41 Manchester, New Hampshire

109,565

22.2

???

42-42 Washington DC (National)

601,723

21.9

12.4

43-44 Detroit, Michigan

713,777

21.4

30.3

44-43 Rockford, Illinois

152,871

21.2

28.6

45-46 Cleveland, Ohio

396,815

20.6

47.0

46-47 Akron, Ohio

199,110

20.6

32.6

47-45 Lincoln, Nebraska

258,379

20.5

17.9

48-48 Providence, Rhode Island

178,042

19.4

24.8

49-49 Peoria, Illinois

115,007

15.1

19.4

50-50 Fort Wayne, Indiana

253,691

14.9

26.0

51-51 Lubbock, Texas

229,573

13.3