Lots of Changes in National Snow Contest
Billings, Montana holds onto the lead in the snowiest Big city in the United States snow contest. Billings added another 2.8 inches of new snow to their snow totals the last couple of days to win a snowball fight against Spokane, Washington.
Spokane, WA set a date record yesterday, 11/5 picking up 3.2 inches of new snow breaking the old record of 1.9 inches set back in 2013. More than enough snow to slip past Lakewood, Colorado and slide into the #2 spot on the snow mountain. Lakewood slipped down into the #3 slot Seattle, WA also set a date record with 0.4 inches to start off their snow season.
Anchorage, Alaska picked up 3.4 inches of new snow yesterday and moved from the number 10 slot to the number 4 spot in the national Golden Snow Globe contest. Anchorage is still almost 6 inches behind what the average snow to date should be which is 10.0 inches of snow.
Rochester, MN rounds out the Top 5 snowiest Big (population 100,000) cities in the US with 3.3 inches of snowfall on the season.
Current Top 5 Snowiest Big Cities In US
From what I have been reading and hearing it could start getting a little bit interesting for the Northeast come the end of the week. It looks like there could be a pretty good drop in the temps which hopefully sets up some lake effect snow. Should be fun if it does so stay tuned and have a Great day