U.S. Extremes



Minnesota




min max max/24h max/24h max
-60 °F 115 °F 15 in 36 in 88 in
-51 °C 46 °C 381 mm 91.4 cm 223.5 cm
(Tower) (Beardsley) (Hokah 1s) (Wolf Ridge Elc) (Meadowlands 1nnw)
(Meadowlands 1nnw)
(Meadowlands 1nnw)
(Meadowlands 1nnw)
(Meadowlands 1nnw)
(Meadowlands 1nnw)
(Meadowlands 1nnw)



Data sources: NOAA

Min Temperature

°F
°C
Alabama -27 -33 (New Market)
Alaska -80 -62 (Prospect Creek Camp)
Arizona -40 -40 (Hawley Lake)
Arkansas -29 -34 (Brook Farm Pond (near Gravette))
California -45 -43 (Boca)
Colorado -61 -52 (Maybell)
Connecticut -32 -36 (Coventry)
(Falls Village)
Delaware -17 -27 (Millsboro)
Florida -2 -19 (Tallahassee)
Georgia -17 -27 (Ccc Fire Camp F-16 (nr. Beatum))
Record of -17 degrees F at Civilian Conservation Corps Logging Camp F-16 is congruent with similar low temperatures observed in the area on January 27, 1940. This observation is archived as part of the National Archives CCC collection.
Hawaii 12 -11 (Mauna Kea Observatory (hawaii))
Idaho -60 -51 (Island Park Dam)
Illinois -38 -39 (Mt. Carroll)
This value exceeded the previous record of -36 degrees F, observed at Congerville on 5 January 1999.
Indiana -36 -38 (New Whiteland)
Iowa -47 -44 (Elkader)
(Washta)
Kansas -40 -40 (Lebanon)
Kentucky -37 -38 (Shelbyville)
Louisiana -16 -27 (Minden)
Maine -50 -46 (Big Black River (nr. Saint Pamphile, Pq))
The record minimum temperature of -50 degrees F was observed by an automated observing station operated by the US Geological Survey (USGS) at a river gage on the Big Black River near the Canadian border. The data are archived by the USGS, and the validity of the observation was confirmed by the State Climate Extremes Committee. The value also ties observations in NH and VT for the coldest temperature recorded for the Northeast region of the United States.
Maryland -40 -40 (Oakland)
Massachusetts -35 -37 (Chester)
(Coldbrook)
(Taunton)
Michigan -51 -46 (Vanderbilt)
Minnesota -60 -51 (Tower)
Mississippi -19 -28 (Corinth)
Missouri -40 -40 (Warsaw)
Montana -70 -57 (Rogers Pass)
Nebraska -47 -44 (Oshkosh)
(Bridgeport)
Nevada -50 -46 (San Jacinto)
New Hampshire -50 -46 (Mount Washington)
Value of -50 degrees F exceeds the previously reported all-time minimum temperature extreme of -46 on 1\/8\/1968. The -50 degrees F is not yet present in NCDC's digital data files but exists on observation forms and publications in NCDC archives. The value ties with Vermont and Maine for coldest temperature recorded in the Northeast region of the United States.
New Jersey -34 -37 (River Vale)
New Mexico -50 -46 (Gavilan)
New York -52 -47 (Old Forge)
North Carolina -34 -37 (Mount Mitchell)
North Dakota -60 -51 (Parshall)
Ohio -39 -39 (Milligan)
Oklahoma -31 -35 (Nowata)
Oregon -54 -48 (Seneca)
(Ukiah)
Pennsylvania -42 -41 (Smethport)
Puerto Rico 40 4 (Rincon)
(San Sebastian)
(Aibonito)
Rhode Island -28 -33 (Wood River Junction)
Previously reported record of -25 degrees F at Greene on February 5, 1996 could not be verified. Source is unknown and no documentation could be found. Value is exceeded by the currently reported record at Wood River Junction.
South Carolina -19 -28 (Caesar's Head)
South Dakota -58 -50 (Mcintosh)
Tennessee -32 -36 (Mountain City)
Texas -23 -31 (Seminole)
(Tulia 6ne)
Historical value at Tulia 6NE became available upon digitization and update of previously paper-bound data. It was examined retroactively, found, to be valid and tied the prior stated record.
Utah -50 -46 (Strawberry Tunnel (east))
The previously reported record of -69 degrees F set at Peter's Sink on Feb 1, 1985 is widely considered an accurate observation, but no information concerning the observation or the station could be identified, and the value is heavily affected by the local terrain. The -50 degrees F at Strawberry Tunnel is the coldest temperature observation that can be verified from publicly available observations at established observation stations in Utah.
Vermont -50 -46 (Bloomfield)
The -50 degrees F minimum temperature ties with values from NH and ME as the all-time coldest temperature for the Northeast region of the United States.
Virgin Islands (U.S.) 51 11 (Anna's Hope (st. Croix))
Virginia -30 -34 (Mountain Lake Biological Station)
The date for the existing record of -30 degrees F at Mountain Lake Biological Station was incorrect by one day. Date listed is the correct observation date.
Washington -48 -44 (Mazama)
(Winthrop)
West Virginia -37 -38 (Lewisburg)
Wisconsin -55 -48 (Couderay)
(Couderay)
Wyoming -66 -54 (Riverside Ranger Stn. (yellowstone Np))
Original observation of -66 degrees F at Riverside Ranger Station on February 9, 1933 is maintained in Department of Interior archives.

Max Temperature

°F
°C
Alabama 112 44 (Centerville)
Alaska 100 38 (Fort Yukon)
Arizona 128 53 (Lake Havasu City)
Arkansas 120 49 (Ozark)
California 134 57 (Greenland Ranch)
Colorado 115 46 (John Martin Dam)
Replaces previous established record of 114 degrees F set at Las Animas on July 1, 1933 and tied at Sedgwick on July 11, 1954. Also, a 118 degrees F report that had persisted in the record books at Bennett, CO on July 11, 1888 was found to be a transcription error. Area temperatures were ~15-20 degrees cooler on that date..
Connecticut 106 41 (Danbury)
(Torrington)
Delaware 110 43 (Millsboro)
Florida 109 43 (Monticello)
Georgia 112 44 (Greenville 2 Nnw)
(Louisville)
Hawaii 100 38 (Pahala (hawaii))
Idaho 118 48 (Orofino)
Illinois 117 47 (East St. Louis)
Indiana 116 47 (Collegeville (south Side Of Renssalaer))
Iowa 118 48 (Keokuk No. 2)
The value of 118 degrees F is confirmed as a valid observation, but the station sits on a bluff above the river and the observation is characteristic more of the local microclimate than the area climate. If this value is in doubt, the next highest value is 117 degrees F on July 25, 1936 at both Logan and Atlantic.
Kansas 121 49 (Alton)
(Fredonia)
Kentucky 114 46 (Greensburg)
Louisiana 114 46 (Plain Dealing 4w)
Maine 105 41 (North Bridgton)
(North Bridgton)
Maryland 109 43 (Cumberland)
(Frederick)
(Cumberland)
(Cumberland)
(Keedysville)
(Boettcherville)
Massachusetts 107 42 (Chester)
(New Bedford)
Michigan 112 44 (Mio)
(Stanwood)
Minnesota 115 46 (Beardsley)
The previously reported record of 114 degrees F was reported by observer at Moorhead on 7\/6\/1936 as 113.6 degrees F (unlikely to be accurate given the 1-degree precision of the mercury in glass thermometer in use at the time), and rounded to 114 degrees F. The extreme reported above for Beardsley was observed as 114.5 degrees F and has been rounded to 115 degrees F per current rounding practices.
Mississippi 115 46 (Holly Springs 2n)
Missouri 118 48 (Union)
(Warsaw)
Montana 117 47 (Medicine Lake)
(Glendive)
Nebraska 118 48 (Minden)
(Hartington)
(Geneva)
Nevada 125 52 (Laughlin)
New Hampshire 106 41 (Nashua)
New Jersey 110 43 (Runyon)
New Mexico 122 50 (Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (nr. Loving))
New York 108 42 (Troy)
North Carolina 110 43 (Fayetteville)
North Dakota 121 49 (Steele)
Ohio 113 45 (Gallipolis (near))
Oklahoma 120 49 (Altus)
(Poteau)
(Altus)
(Alva)
A 120 degrees F observed at Tipton observed by an Oklahoma Mesonet automated weather station on June 27, 1994 was originally approved. However, this value was later withdrawn after problems with the instrumentation configuration were discovered several years later.
Oregon 119 48 (Moody Farms Agrimet)
(Pelton Dam)
(Pendleton)
Pennsylvania 111 44 (Phoenixville)
(Phoenixville)
Puerto Rico 104 40 (Mona Island)
Listed record value of 104 degrees F is being reviewed. If found to be invalid, the next highest temperature is 100 degrees F on August 21, 2003 at Ponce 4E.
Rhode Island 104 40 (Providence)
South Carolina 113 45 (Columbia Univ Of South Carolina)
South Dakota 120 49 (Fort Pierre)
(Gann Valley)
Tennessee 113 45 (Perryville)
(Perryville)
Texas 120 49 (Monahans)
(Seymour)
Utah 117 47 (St. George)
A 118 degrees F temperature was observed on July 4, 2007 at a Remote Automated Weather Station (RAWS) located near the Utah Welcome Center on I-15 south of St. George. However, a decision on the validity of this value has not yet been reached by the State Climate Extremes Committee.
Vermont 107 42 (Vernon)
Virgin Islands (U.S.) 99 37 (Charlotte Amalie (st. Thomas))
(Charlotte Amalie (st. Thomas))
(Cruz Bay (st. John))
Virginia 110 43 (Balcony Falls)
(Columbia)
(Columbia)
Washington 120 49 (Hanford)
A heat wave across the Pacific Northwest in late June 2021 broke a number of daily maximum temperature records. In addition, an Washington SCEC determined that a Department of Energy mesonet station, Hanford H100F, reached 120 degrees F, exceeding the previous record of 118 degrees F set at Ice Harbor Dam (COOP ID: 453993) on August 5, 1961 and Wahluke (COOP ID: 458903) on July 24, 1928.
West Virginia 112 44 (Martinsburg)
(Moorefield)
Wisconsin 114 46 (Wisconsin Dells)
Wyoming 115 46 (Diversion Dam)
(Basin)

Max Precipitation

in/24 h
mm/24 h
Alabama 32 813 (Dauphin Island Sea Lab)
Although higher amounts have been observed in other states, the 32.52 inches of rainfall that was observed in 24-hrs over July 19-20, 1997 at Dauphin Island Sea Lab in conjunction with Hurricane Danny is the greatest 24-hr rainfall that has been directly observed at an officially established observation station within the coterminous United States.
Alaska 15 381 (Seward)
The previously-listed state record of 15.2 inches at Angoon on October 12, 1982 was determined to be invalid by the SCEC, based largely on analysis that resulted in this Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society article.
Arizona 11 279 (Workman Creek)
Arkansas 14 356 (Big Fork)
California 25 635 (Hoegees Camp)
Hourly precipitation values for Hoegee's Campground (in the mountains outside Los Angeles) indicate the greatest 24-hour rainfall occurred between 1:00 AM on January 22nd to 1:00 AM on January 23rd. During that period, the storm delivered 25.83 inches (corrected from previous reports of 26.12 inches). A detailed post-storm report was produced by the Weather Bureau.
Colorado 11 279 (Usgs Rod And Gun (ft. Carson))
Had a 9 AM to 9 AM observing period been used ending at 9 AM on September 13th, that the measurement would have been 12.46\". However, the SCEC chose to confirm the calendar-day value as the official record. In either case, the previously acknolwedged record of 11.08\" at Holly on June 17, 1965 was superseded.
Connecticut 12 305 (Burlington)
Delaware 12 305 (Harbeson)
The Harbeson value replaced the previously reported record of 8.5 inches, set at Dover on 13 July 1975. However, the SCEC reviewing the Harbeson record determined that the Dover record had actually been exceeded twice between 1975 and the Harbeson event, during Tropical Storms Floyd (1999) and Irene (2011). More details are available in the report associated with this investigation.
Florida 23 584 (Key West)
The previously reported extreme of 38.70 inches at Yankeetown on September 5, 1950 is an estimated depth of rainfall calculated as part of a post-storm survey of Hurricane Easy (Cedar Keys Hurricane). Value has historically been considered reasonably accurate (and even an underestimate of actual rain fall), but as an estimate cannot be considered an official observation from a reliable precipitation gauge.
Georgia 21 533 (Americus)
Hawaii 49 1245 (Waipand#257; Garden (kauai))
This value exceeded the previous record of 38 inches, observed at Kilauea Sugar Co. Plantation on 24-25 January 1956, which itself was an estimate. The 2018 value also became the national record for 24-hour precipitation. View the associated National Climate Extremes Committee report. The members of the SCEC deferred to the NCEC findings.
Idaho 7 178 (Rattlesnake Creek)
Illinois 16 406 (Aurora)
Indiana 10 254 (Princeton)
Iowa 13 330 (Atlantic 1ne)
Previously reported record of 16.70 inches in Decatur Co. on August 5-6, 1959 is likely valid, but was estimated from a post-event survey observation. A 13.52 inch observation was made at Atlantic 5SW on June 14, 1998, but it is likely that the observation covered more than a 24-hr period.
Kansas 0 0 (Under Review)
The previously posted value of 13.53\" was discovered to be in error. An investigation to determine the legitimate record is underway.
Kentucky 10 254 (Louisville)
Historical value was examined retroactively and found to be valid and exceeded prior stated record.
Louisiana 22 559 (Hackberry)
Maine 13 330 (Portland)
Maryland 14 356 (Jewell (nr. Friendship))
Massachusetts 18 457 (Westfield)
Michigan 12 305 (6e Fountain)
The 2019 value replaced the previous record of 9.78 inches, set at Bloomingdale on 31 August 1914. View the report associated with this investigation.
Minnesota 15 381 (Hokah 1s)
Mississippi 15 381 (Columbus)
Missouri 18 457 (Edgerton)
Montana 11 279 (Circle (springbrook))
Nebraska 13 330 (York)
Nevada 7 178 (Mount Charleston)
New Hampshire 11 279 (Mount Washington)
New Jersey 14 356 (Tuckerton)
New Mexico 11 279 (Lake Maloya)
New York 13 330 (Long Island Macarthur Airport)
North Carolina 22 559 (Altapass)
North Dakota 8 203 (Litchville)
Ohio 10 254 (Lockington Dam (nr. Sidney, Shelby Co. Oh))
Value is published in the August 1995 Storm Data publication and is from a reliable gauge. Higher 24-hr amounts may have occurred in conjunction with a line of severe storms that impacted Northwest Ohio on July 4-5, 1969.
Oklahoma 15 381 (Enid)
Oregon 11 279 (Nehalem 9ne)
Pennsylvania 13 330 (York 3ssw Pump Stn)
Arguably the greatest 24-hour rainfall on record outside of the tropics occurred around Smethport, PA on July 17, 1942. A post-event survey by the Weather Bureau provided a widely accepted maximum storm rainfall of 34.50 inches within a 12 hour period, of which an estimated 30.60 inches fell in just 6 hours. However, the greatest observed 24-hr rain fall for Pennsylvania occurred in conjunction with Hurricane Agnes in 1972.
Puerto Rico 23 584 (Toro Negro Forest)
Value was observed during the passage of Tropical Storm Isabel (October 4-8, 1985).
Rhode Island 12 305 (Westerly)
South Carolina 14 356 (Myrtle Beach)
Previously listed record of 17.00 inches at Antreville on Augst 27, 1995 (Tropical Storm Jerry) was incongruent with other observations in the area, and all reliable evidence pointed to a much smaller 24-hr value. The 14.80 inches observed at Myrtle Beach on September 16, 1999 is a result of Hurricane Floyd.
South Dakota 8 203 (Groton)
The reported value was evaluated by the State Climate Extremes Committee. Greater amounts have fallen in 24 hours or less across SD, but were not observed by reliable precipitation measurement gauges. A survey after the June 9, 1972 Black Hills flood indicated rainfall up to 15 inches in 6 hours may have occurred near Keystone. On June 13-14, 1976 up to 10 inches of rain may have fallen over the Black Hills, while on June 14, 1996 a near-stationary thunderstorm produced an estimated 14 inches of rain between Sturgis and Hereford. On August 17, 2007 an estimated 10.5 inches of rain fell west of Hermosa. Slow moving thunderstorms on May 8, 2018 produced large storm totals across parts of SD including an unofficial 24-hour report measuring 13.15 inches northwest of Long Lake.
Tennessee 20 508 (Mcewen)
The 2021 value replaced the previous record of 13.60 inches, set at Milan (COOP ID: 406012) on 13 September 1982.
Texas 42 1067 (Alvin)
The 24-hour rainfall of 42.00 inches was reported from an observer 8.5 miles west of Alvin, Texas between 7 AM July 25th and 7 AM July 26th, 1979 in conjunction with Tropical Storm Claudette. Observer reported that the 10-inch gauge was overflowing at his 1 AM reading, and so the 42 inches may be underreported by at least 3 inches. This 42.00-in rainfall exceeds any observed 24-hr precipitation value for the United States. 43.00 inches of rain in this storm is acknowledged as the United States national record 24-hr precipitation amount, but that value appears to have been estimated in a post-storm survey and is therefore not listed here.
Utah 5 127 (Deer Creek Dam)
A value of 8.40 inches was reported as part of a post-flash flood survey conducted by the National Weather Service at North Odgen on September 7-8, 1991.
Vermont 9 229 (Mt. Mansfield)
Virgin Islands (U.S.) 20 508 (Anna's Hope (sc))
Virginia 14 356 (Williamsburg 2n)
Storm Data (Vol. 11, No. 8) reports associated with Hurricane Camille (August 1969) indicate \"... substantiated amounts up to 31 inches ... falling mainly in Nelson and adjacent counties ....\" The 14.28 inches at Williamsburg fell in conjunction with Hurricane Floyd.
Washington 14 356 (Mt. Mitchell #2)
West Virginia 12 305 (Brushy Run)
It is widely accepted that the greatest precipitation in a 24 hr period for West Virginia was an estimated 19.00 inches that reportedly fell in 2 hrs and 10 minutes on July 18, 1889 at Rockport during a cloudburst that caused Tygart Creek to rise 22 feet in one hour. However, this value has not been confirmed.
Wisconsin 11 279 (Mellen)
Wyoming 6 152 (Cheyenne)

Max Snowfall

in/24 h
cm/24 h
Alabama 20 50.8 (Walunt Grove)
Alaska 78 198.1 (Mile 47 Camp)
Arizona 38 96.5 (Alpine)
(Heber Ranger Stn)
Arkansas 25 63.5 (Corning)
California 67 170.2 (Echo Summit Sierra At Tahoe)
Colorado 75 190.5 (Silver Lake)
Connecticut 36 91.4 (Ansonia 1ne)
The 24-hr snowfall at Ansonia 1NE was the result of a powerful blizzard which impacted the Tri-State Region. After the storm subsided, many locations around the region reported more than 30 inches of snow. The State Climate Extremes Committee verified the validity of the observation at Ansonia.
Delaware 25 63.5 (Dover)
Florida 4 10.2 (Milton Exp. Stn.)
Georgia 19 48.3 (Cedartown 3ne)
Hawaii 6 15.2 (Haleakali (maui))
Idaho 31 78.7 (Anderson Dam)
Illinois 36 91.4 (Astoria)
Indiana 33 83.8 (Salem)
Iowa 24 61 (Lenox)
State climatologist reports a greater 24-hr snow fall that spanned 2 observational days.
Kansas 30 76.2 (Pratt)
The 30.0 inches observed at Pratt in 2009 was formally evaluated by the State Climate Extremes Committee.
Kentucky 26 66 (Simers)
Louisiana 13 33 (Colfax)
The 13.0 inches observed at Colfax on February 13, 1960 is the greatest 24-hr snowfall that could be confirmed for Louisiana. It is likely that higher 24-hr amounts fell during the Valentine's Day blizzard of February 13-15, 1895 (in which storm totals of 14 to 24 inches were prevalent from Galveston, TX to Lake Charles, LA) as well as the blizzard of December 21-22, 1929. However, all reported snow falls from these events appear to be accumulated amounts from which daily totals cannot be reliably extracted.
Maine 40 101.6 (Orono)
Maryland 31 78.7 (Clear Spring 1ene)
Massachusetts 29 73.7 (Natick)
Michigan 32 81.3 (Herman)
Minnesota 36 91.4 (Wolf Ridge Elc)
Mississippi 18 45.7 (Mt. Pleasant)
(Mt. Tunica 2)
Missouri 24 61 (Cape Girardeau)
(Jackson)
Montana 48 121.9 (Millegan 14se)
(Shonkin 7s 14se)
Nebraska 27 68.6 (Dalton)
Nevada 36 91.4 (Dagget Pass)
New Hampshire 49 124.5 (Mount Washington)
New Jersey 29 73.7 (Long Branch)
The previous record of 32 inches, reported at Charlotteburg Reservoir (COOP ID: 287332) on 14 December 1915, was determined to have fallen during a span of time exceeding 24 hours, per notes indicated on the observer form, and was subsequently invalidated and replaced by the next-largest known 24-hour snowfall value located in Long Branch.
New Mexico 41 104.1 (Kelly Ranch)
New York 50 127 (Camden)
An unofficial but widely accepted 24-hr snow fall observation of 54 inches was recorded at Barnes Corner (Tug Hill Plateau) in January 1976. In February 2020, the 50-inch value at Camden in 1966, already present in the record, but flagged as invalid, was determined by the SCEC to be valid. It was established as the record, replacing the previously accepted record of 49 inches, at Watertown on 14-15 November 1900. View the report from the associated investigation.
North Carolina 36 91.4 (Mt. Mitchell)
In May 2016, the SCEC considered a reported 41-inch snowfall event observed in January 2016 at Mt. Mitchell (GHCN-D identifier USC00315923). The value was determined to be invalid, and the existing record of 36 inches set in March 1993 was thereby upheld.
North Dakota 27 68.6 (Minot Airport)
Ohio 30 76.2 (Warren 3s)
Oklahoma 27 68.6 (Spavinaw)
The 24-hr snow fall at Woodward and Freedom fell in conjunction with a spring blizzard that set snow fall records in Oklahoma, Kansas and Texas. The State Climate Extremes Committee verified the validity of the observations at Woodward and Freedom.
Oregon 47 119.4 (Hood River Es)
Pennsylvania 41 104.1 (Lakeville 1nne)
Lakeville 1NNE was the official name for this station when the record was set during 1958. The name of the station when the record was identified in 2021 was Lakeville 2NNE, which is reflected in the station metadata. This Lakeville value replaced the previously reported record of 38 inches, set at Morgantown (COOP ID: 365956) on 20 March 1958. More details are available in the report associated with this investigation.
Puerto Rico 0 0 (N/a)
Rhode Island 30 76.2 (Woonsocket)
South Carolina 24 61 (Rimini 2ssw)
South Dakota 52 132.1 (Lead)
Tennessee 30 76.2 (Mount Leconte)
Texas 26 66 (Hillsboro)
Historical value was examined retroactively and found to be valid and exceeded prior stated record. The previously recognized record of 25\", observed in March 2009 at Follett (GHCN-D identifier USC00413225) is documented (here).
Utah 38 96.5 (Alta)
55.5 inches of snow fall in 24 hours was reported at the Alta Guard Station in Alta, UT on January 5-6, 1991, but information concerning this observation or the station is unavailable and cannot be considered official.
Vermont 42 106.7 (Jay Peak)
Two potential 24-hour snowfall records of 44.8 inches at Peru (COOP ID: 436335) and 42.0 inches at Landgrove 1.1 NNE (CoCoRaHS ID: VT-BN-3) over a 24-hour period on 16-17 December 2020 were examined by the SCEC during the following year. The SCEC found that observational practices associated with the measurements reduced confidence in these values. The SCEC determined by two separate 5-0 votes that the existing Jay Peak record be upheld.
Virgin Islands (U.S.) 0 0 (N/a)
Virginia 33 83.8 (Luray 5e)
Washington 65 165.1 (Crystal Mountain Ski Resort)
The observation of 65.0 inches of snow that fell in 24 hours at the Crystal Mountain ski resort on February 24, 1994 is archived at the Northwest Weather and Avalanche Center. The greatest 24-hr snow fall observed at an official NOAA weather station in Washington is 52.0 inches observed at Winthrop on January 21, 1935.
West Virginia 35 88.9 (Flat Top)
The 35.0 inches of snowfall reported at Flat Top fell from 10 AM on January 27th to 10 AM on January 28th, 1998. Observation-time values for each day are 30.0 and 8.0 inches, respectively.
Wisconsin 26 66 (Neillsville)
Wyoming 49 124.5 (Hunter Station)

Max Snow depth

in
cm
Alabama 22 55.9 (Reform)
Alaska 192 487.7 (Valdez Municipal Airport)
(Valdez Municipal Airport)
Arizona 91 231.1 (Hawley Lake)
Arkansas 26 66 (Calico Rock 2wsw)
California 451 1145.5 (Tamarack)
Colorado 251 637.5 (Wolf Creek Pass 1e)
Connecticut 55 139.7 (Norfolk 2sw)
Delaware 28 71.1 (Greenwood 2.9 Se)
The Greenwood value replaced the previously reported record of 25 inches, set at Wilmington New Castle CO AP (13781) on 18 February, 2003 and Bridgeville 1 NW (071330) on 19 February 1979. More details are available in the associated report.
Florida 4 10.2 (Milton Exp. Stn)
Georgia 18 45.7 (Chatsworth 2)
Hawaii 5 12.7 (Haleakali (maui))
Idaho 182 462.3 (Mullan Pass Vor/dme)
(Mullan Pass Vor/dme)
Illinois 41 104.1 (Gebhard Woods St.pk.)
(Astoria)
Indiana 47 119.4 (Hammond)
Iowa 52 132.1 (Lake Park)
(Lake Park)
Possible issues with reporting of snow depth at Lake Park. State climatologist is investigating.
Kansas 40 101.6 (Syracuse)
Kentucky 31 78.7 (La Grange)
Louisiana 24 61 (Rayne)
Maine 84 213.4 (Farmington)
Maryland 54 137.2 (Frostburg 2)
Massachusetts 62 157.5 (Great Barrington Airport)
Michigan 117 297.2 (Eagle Harbor)
(Eagle Harbor)
(Eagle Harbor)
(Eagle Harbor)
(Eagle Harbor)
Minnesota 88 223.5 (Meadowlands 1nnw)
(Meadowlands 1nnw)
(Meadowlands 1nnw)
(Meadowlands 1nnw)
(Meadowlands 1nnw)
(Meadowlands 1nnw)
(Meadowlands 1nnw)
Mississippi 18 45.7 (Mount Pleasant)
Missouri 36 91.4 (Union)
(Union)
Montana 147 373.4 (Summit)
Nebraska 44 111.8 (Fremont)
Nevada 271 688.3 (Spooners Station)
(Spooners Station)
New Hampshire 164 416.6 (Pinkham Notch)
New Jersey 52 132.1 (Canistear Reservoir)
New Mexico 96 243.8 (Lee's Ranch)
New York 119 302.3 (Whiteface Mountain)
A snow depth value of 130 inches at Richland on 5 March 1947 was reviewed and rejected as a potential record. View the report associated with this investigation.
North Carolina 50 127 (Mount Mitchell)
(Mount Mitchell)
(Mount Mitchell)
(Mount Mitchell)
(Mount Mitchell)
North Dakota 65 165.1 (Berlin)
(Berlin)
Ohio 47 119.4 (Chardon)
Oklahoma 36 91.4 (Buffalo 2ssw)
Oregon 252 640.1 (Crater Lake Np Hq)
Pennsylvania 60 152.4 (Gouldsboro)
(Gouldsboro)
Puerto Rico 0 0 (N/a)
Rhode Island 42 106.7 (North Foster 1e)
South Carolina 29 73.7 (Ceasars Head)
South Dakota 73 185.4 (Lead)
Tennessee 63 160 (Mount Leconte)
(Mount Leconte)
Texas 33 83.8 (Vega 2nw)
Utah 179 454.7 (Alta)
(Alta)
236 inches of snow depth were observed at the Collins snow study observation site at Alta, UT on May 19, 1983, but information concerning this observation or the station is unavailable and cannot be considered official.
Vermont 149 378.5 (Mt. Mansfield)
Virgin Islands (U.S.) 0 0 (N/a)
Virginia 47 119.4 (Big Meadows)
Washington 367 932.2 (Rainier Paradise Rs)
(Rainier Paradise Rs)
West Virginia 62 157.5 (Snowshoe)
Wisconsin 83 210.8 (Flambeau Reservoir)
Wyoming 128 325.1 (Grassy Lake Dam)





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