20 Snowiest Places In The United States

With eight inches of snow on the ground and 100% chance of snow tonight ALL I realistically can think about is moving south
I ABSOLUTELY HATE, HATE, HATE winter time!

And I never vacation in wintery destinations….NEVER.  We head south to warm tropical beaches to escape the winter blues.  

I rather play with coconuts than snow balls.
  

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I cannot imagine having to continue your daily life in snow but, this is coming from a North Carolina girl where our government shuts down for an inch.  

Call me a wimp if you want but seriously – who likes snow?!?!?!?!
My favorite part of snow is making snow cream…..that is all 🙂 

Out of curiosity I Googled the snowiest places in the United States, basically to make sure I NEVER live in any of those places.  Some of the cities are a no brainer and some surprised me. 
Here are the cities that made the cut for “Top 20 snowiest”.
20.  Madison, Wisconsin 
Average yearly snow fall: 51.6″
Average yearly temperature: 46.3 F

19.  Fargo, North Dakota
Average yearly snow fall: 52″
Average yearly temperature: 42.2 F

18. Rochester, Minnesota
Average yearly snow fall: 52.5″
Average yearly temperature: 45.1 F

17.  Denver, Colorado
Average yearly snow fall: 53.5″
Average yearly temperature: 50.1 F

16.  Green Bay, Wisconsin
Average yearly snow fall: 53.9″
Average yearly temperature: 44.1 F

15.  Fort Collins, Colorado
Average yearly snow fall: 54.5″
Average yearly temperature: 50.2 F

14. Billings, Montana
Average yearly snow fall: 55.3″
Average yearly temperature: 48 F

13.  Minneapolis/St. Paul
Average yearly snow fall: 55.5″
Average yearly temperature: 45.4

12.  Salt Lake City, Utah
Average yearly snow fall: 56.5″
Average yearly temperature: 54.8 F

11. Provo, Utah
Average yearly snow fall: 57.3″
Average yearly temperature: 53.4 F

10.  Worchester, Massachusetts
Average yearly snow fall: 65.6″
Average yearly temperature: 47.8 F

9.  South Bend, Indiana
Average yearly snow fall: 68″
Average yearly temperature: 49.8 F

8.  Cleveland, Ohio
Average yearly snow fall: 68.5″
Average yearly temperature: 51.3 F

7.  Grand Rapids, Michigan
Average yearly snow fall: 75.3″
Average yearly temperature: 49 F

6.  Anchorage, Alaska
Average yearly snow fall: 75.6″
Average yearly temperature: 37 F

5. Boulder, Colorado
Average yearly snow fall: 87.6″
Average yearly temperature: 51.5 F

4. Buffalo, New York
Average yearly snow fall: 96.1″
Average yearly temperature: 48.2 F

3.  Rochester, New York
Average yearly snow fall: 100.5″
Average yearly temperature: 48.4 F

2.  Erie, Pennsylvania 
Average yearly snow fall: 100.8″
Average yearly temperature: 49.9 F

1.  Syracuse, New York
Average yearly snow fall: 126.3″
Average yearly temperature: 48.9 F

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