Seasonal Total: 204"*Even through Marquette's snowfall is roughly five feet higher than Boulder's this winter season, it is far from a record. Notoriously-snowy Marquette averages around 200 inches for an entire winter! As of Thursday morning, the climate site sitting in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan was 7 inches above average. So far Marquette has had its 19th-snowiest season-to-date. The snowiest winter in Marquette (on record) was in 2001-2002 when 319 inches fell!
Seasonal Total: 137.9"*Located nearly 47 degrees north of the equator (more than halfway to the North Pole!) Caribou, ME is currently 32 inches above average for snowfall this season. The city has had its 12th-snowiest winter on record, as of Thursday.
Great Falls, Montana
Seasonal Total: 99.6"*Great Falls has had 75% more snowfall-to-date than average. Sitting 43 inches above average, Great Falls is currently in 7th for snowiest winter on record. The city will need 18 more inches to break the top spot of 117.5".
Seasonal Total: 69.4"*Bozeman's record books don't trace as far back (on a consistent basis) as other cities listed above. Yet with about 40 years of data dating back to the early 1980's, Bozeman is currently in 2nd place for seasonal snowfall this year. With 69.4 inches of seasonal accumulation, Bozeman is 35 inches above average this winter. Did we miss your snowy city? Let us know via Twitter or Facebook! *Seasonal snowfall for these cities is as of Wednesday night, April 15.