What was the heaviest snowfall recorded in Alaska?

What was the largest snowfall recorded?

What is the most snow ever recorded in one day? The heaviest snowfall ever recorded in a 24-hour period in the U.S. occurred on April 14 and 15, 1921 in Silver Lake, Colorado. During this single day, 6.3 feet of snow fell onto the ground according to Weather.com.

What is the average snowfall in Valdez Alaska?

Climate Averages

Valdez, Alaska United States
Snowfall 326.3 in. 27.8 in.
Precipitation 199.8 days 106.2 days
Sunny 132 days 205 days
Avg. July High 61.4° 85.8°

Who has most snow?

Weather stations with highest snowfall in the United States by state, 1985-2015

State Place Average annual snowfall
1. Washington Paradise, Mt. Rainier 645.5 inches (1,640 cm)
2. Oregon Timberline Lodge Ski Area 551 inches (1,400 cm)
3. Utah Alta 456.9 inches (1,161 cm)
4. California Soda Springs 411.6 inches (1045 cm)

What is the largest snowfall in a single day?

The biggest one-day snowfall for the entire United States is five feet three inches (1.6 metres) that arrived at Georgetown, Colorado on December 12, 1913. A much deeper heap of snow landed in 24 hours spanning April 14 and 15, 1921 at Silver Lake in Colorado, that totalled 75.8 inches (1.9253 metres).

What Mountain gets the most snow in the world?

Mt Baker, Washington State, USA – 16.3m

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Mt Baker not only holds the average annual snowfall record, but the ski area is also home to the world record for the greatest recorded snowfall in one season, 29m, recorded during the winter of 1998–99.