Detroit named one of the snowiest cities in America

March 13, 2014
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With only seven days remaining until it’s officially spring, we’re here to inform you that Detroit was recently ranked one of the snowiest cities in America by Golden Snow Globe.

Arctic temperatures and record breaking snow accumulation totals helped name Detroit the 7th snowiest city in America, behind Rochester, NY and in front of Ann Arbor.

Here’s a list of the top 20 cities. This year’s snowfall numbers are in parenthesis.

Stats are based on data from March 12, 2014.

1. Erie, Pennsylvania (128.8)
2. Syracuse, New York (122.8)
3. Buffalo, New York (116.2)
4. Grand Rapids, Michigan (112.6)
5. Billings, Montana (95.2)
6. Rochester, New York (94.6)
7. Detroit, Michigan (90.6)
8. Ann Arbor, Michigan (86.3)
9. Toledo, Ohio (84.8)
10. Flint, Michigan (81.8)
11. WoMassachssetsachusetts (81.2)
12. Chicago, Illinois (79.1)
13. Cleveland, Ohio (75.4)
14. Fort Wayne, Indiana (72.2)
15. Lansing, Michigan (68.2)
16. Allentown, Pennsylvania (66.9)
17. Green Bay, Wisconsin (65.2)
18. Akron, Ohio (63.7)
19. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (62.9)
20. Milwaukee, Wisconsin (62.5)

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  • Elizabeth Sullivan

    Well these cities are practically Canada.