Sure, we get snow in Minnesota, and our winter's last longer than a lot of other states. But when it comes to a 24 hour dumping of it, many states kick our butt and personally I'm good with that.

House Method decided to look and see the record snowfall for each state in a 24 hour period. Here's the top ten and you'll notice a common theme with them. They have mountains.

  1. Colorado: 76.0" - Boulder County, 4/15/1921
  2. California: 75.0" - Yuba County, 1/14/1952
  3. Washington: 70.0" - Pierce County, 11/26/1955
  4. Alaska: 62.0"- Valdez-Cordova Census Area, 12/29/1955
  5. Oregon: 60.0" - Malheur County, 4/8/2009
  6. Idaho: 60.0" - Benewah County, 1/22/1982
  7. South Dakota: 52.0" - Lawrence County, 3/14/1973
  8. Montana: 51.8" - Lewis and Clark County, 3/9/2006
  9. New York: 50.0" - Oneida County, 2/1/1966
  10. Wyoming: 49.0" - Johnson County, 3/21/1924

Check out the interactive map for not only Minnesota, but every other state.

 

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But House Method didn't stop there. They went deeper and looked at counties for Minnesota and every state as well. I'm guessing a lot of work went into this.

Lake County, 1/7/1994, 36.0"
St. Louis County, 11/1/1991, 29.0"
Cook County, 4/5/1933, 28.0"
Becker County, 2/23/1922, 25.0"
Crow Wing County, 3/4/1985, 24.0"

 

You can also check out annual snowfalls for every county in the United States.

(HouseMethod.com)