Top 11 U.S. Capital Cities That Get the Most Snow

Montpelier, Vermont — 94.2 inches:The US capital city that gets the most snow is Montpelier in Vermont, with an average annual snowfall of 94.2 inches. 

Madison, Wisconsin — 53 inches:An average snowfall of 53 inches sees Madison in Wisconsin take the next position. There’s an average of almost 38 snowy days in the year.

Lansing, Michigan — 48 inches: The most significant snowfall occurs in January and February, with around 13 to 14 inches per month. 

Juneau, Alaska — 93.2 inches:Juneau receives an average of 43 days of snowfall per year and has a record-low temperature of -22 degrees Fahrenheit. 

Denver, Colorado — 56.5 inches:The Colorado city has an average of 31.4 snowy days, with significant snow typically coming in the months from October to April. 

Concord, New Hampshire — 61 inches:Concord has a population of approximately 44,500 but is not the most populous city in the state, with that title going to Manchester, which has a population of around 115,000.

Cheyenne, Wyoming — 55.7 inches:The city is particularly famous for its railroads and has a railroad museum, the Cheyenne Depot Museum, which was founded in 1993.

Boston, Massachusetts — 49.2 inches:The next capital city on the list is Boston, Massachusetts, which receives an average of 49.2 inches of snow per year. 

Bismarck, North Dakota — 49.2 inches:Also with an average annual snowfall of 49.2 inches is Bismarck, the capital of North Dakota. Bismarck is situated in the south-central region of the state. 

Augusta, Maine — 71.3 inches:The coldest months in Maine are January and February, with record lows of -22 and -30 degrees Fahrenheit respectively.

Albany, New York — 60 inches:The capital of New York State, Albany, comes next with an average of 60 inches of snow per year. 

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