Winter is coming, and that means snow for many U.S. states. While some states get consistent snow fall throughout the season, others get rogue storms that dump several feet of snow in a short amount of time. Do you know the record snow fall in every state in the U.S.? The following graphic visualizes the most snow each state in America has received in a single day. Colorado tops the list at 63 inches of snow in 1913. Georgetown, which is located in the foothills of Denver, was hit hard by the storm and recorded the highest snowfall. Alaska is second on the list with snowfall of 62 inches in just one day.
This happened in Thompson Pass in 1955, and the town is considered to be the snowiest place in all of the state of Alaska. See where on the list the U.S. state you live in ranks on the list!
Infographic by: titlemax