The Most It's Ever Snowed In One Day In All 50 States

Last Updated: Dec 28th 2021   Published: Dec 28th 2021   3 Min Read
The Most It's Ever Snowed In One Day In All 50 States

We've made a complete list covering all 50 states of the Greatest Snowfalls ever recorded in a 24-hour period. New York State has the 2nd highest at 68 inches of snow back in 1976 - can you guess Florida's record snowfall amount for a single day?

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For now, let’s look at the biggest snow dumps ever recorded. 

Alabama

24-hour max:  20 inches.  Where/when:  Walnut Grove, March 13, 1993.

Alaska

24-hour max:  62 inches.  Where/when:  Thompson Pass, Dec. 29, 1955.

Arizona

24-hour max:  48 inches.  Where/when:  Sunrise Mountain, Jan. 21-22, 2010.

Arkansas

24-hour max:  25 inches.  Where/when:  Coming, Jan. 22, 1918.

California

24-hour max:  67 inches.  Where/when:  Echo Summit, Jan. 5, 1982.

Colorado

24-hour max: 75.8 inches.  Where/when:  Silver Lake, April 14-15, 1921.

 

Connecticut

24-hour max:  67 inches.  Where/when:  Ansonia, Feb. 8-9, 2013.

Delaware

24-hour max:  25.8 inches.  Where/when:  Wilmington, Feb. 5-6, 2010.

District of Columbia

24-hour max:  25 inches.  Where/when:  Washington, Jan. 27-28, 1922.

Florida

24-hour max:  4 inches.  Where/when:  Milton Express Station, March 6, 1954.

Georgia

24-hour max:  24 inches.  Where/when:  Mountain City, March 12-13, 1993.

Hawaii

24-hour max:  N/A.  Where/when: Mauna Kea, December 2016.

Idaho

24-hour max:  38 inches.  Where/when:  Sun Valley, Feb. 11, 1959.

Illinois

24-hour max:  37.8 inches.  Where/when:  Astoria, Feb. 27-28, 1900.

Indiana

24-hour max:  33 inches.  Where/when:  Salem, Dec. 22-23, 2004.

Iowa

24-hour max:  24 inches.  Where/when:  Lenox, April 20, 1918.

Kansas

24-hour max:  30 inches.  Where/when:  Pratt, March 28, 2009.

Kentucky

24-hour max:  26 inches.  Where/when:  Simers, March 3, 1942.

Louisiana

24-hour max:  24 inches.  Where/when:  Rayne, Feb. 14-15, 1895.

Maine

24-hour max:  40 inches.  Where/when:  Orono, Dec. 30-31, 1962.

Maryland

24-hour max:  35.5 inches.  Where/when:  Friendsville, Feb. 5-6, 2010.

Massachusetts

24-hour max:  36 inches.  Where/when:  Milford, March 31-April 1, 1997.

Michigan

24-hour max:  33.5 inches.  Where/when:  Baldwin, Nov. 30, 1960.

Minnesota

24-hour max: 36 inches.  Where/when:  Wolf Ridge, Jan. 6-7, 1994.

Mississippi

24-hour max:  18 inches.  Where/when:  Mount Pleasant and Tunica, Dec. 23, 1963.

Missouri

24-hour max:  27.6 inches.  Where/when:  Neosho, March 16-17, 1970.

Montana

24-hour max:  48 inches.  Where/when:  Shonkin, May 28-29, 1982; Millegan, Dec. 27, 2003.

Nebraska

24-hour max:  30 inches.  Where/when:  Harrisburg, Dec. 14, 1925.

Nevada

24-hour max:  45 inches.  Where/when:  Glenbrook, April 4, 1958.

New Hampshire

24-hour max:  56 inches.  Where/when:  Randolph, Nov. 23-24, 1943.

New Jersey

24-hour max:  34 inches.  Where/when:  Oak Ridge Reservoir, Dec. 26-27, 1947.

New Mexico

24-hour max:  41 inches.  Where/when:  Kelly Ranch, Feb. 3, 1964.

New York

24-hour max:  68 inches.  Where/when:  Adams, Jan. 9, 1976.

North Carolina

24-hour max:  36 inches.  Where/when:  Mt. Mitchell, March 13, 1993.

North Dakota

24-hour max:  27 inches.  Where/when:  Minot, April 27, 1984.

Ohio

24-hour max:  30 inches.  Where/when:  Warren, April 20, 1901.

Oklahoma

24-hour max:  27 inches.  Where/when:  Spavinaw, Feb. 9-10, 2011.

Oregon

24-hour max:  47 inches.  Where/when:  Hood River, Jan. 9, 1980.

Pennsylvania

24-hour max:  41 inches.  Where/when:  Lakeville, Feb. 16, 1958.

Rhode Island

24-hour max:  34 inches.  Where/when:  Foster, Feb. 8-9, 1945.

South Carolina

24-hour max:  24 inches.  Where/when:  Rimini, Feb. 9-10, 1973.

South Dakota

24-hour max:  52 inches.  Where/when:  Lead, March 14, 1973.

Tennessee

24-hour max:  24 inches.  Where/when:  Mt. Le Conte, March 13, 1993.

Texas

24-hour max:  26 inches.  Where/when:  Hillsboro, Dec. 20-21, 1929.

Utah

24-hour max:  55.5 inches.  Where/when:  Alta, Jan. 5-6, 1991.

Vermont

24-hour max:  42 inches.  Where/when:  Jay Peak, Feb. 5, 1995.

Virginia

24-hour max:  33.5 inches.  Where/when:  Luray, March 2-3, 1994.

Washington

24-hour max:  65 inches.  Where/when:  Crystal Mountain, Jan. 23-24, 1994.

West Virginia

24-hour max:  37 inches.  Where/when:  Coopers Rock State Forest, Feb. 21, 2003.

Wisconsin

24-hour max:  26 inches.  Where/when:  Neillsville, Dec. 27, 1904; Pell Lake, Feb. 2, 2011; Upson, March 13, 2006.

Wyoming

24-hour max:  49 inches.  Where/when:  Hunters Station, March 21, 1924.

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