The highest annual snowfall in the United States occurs in the Cascade Mountains in western Washington, with a total of 671 inches, according to Current Results. The weather stations at Mount Rainier and Mount Baker measure deeper snowfalls than any other location in the country on an annual basis.
Two of the U.S. locations with the top annual snowfall are in the Cascade Mountains, five are in the Rocky Mountains, two are in the California Sierras and one is in Alaska. The top snowfall in the United States is the 671 inches received at Mount Rainer's Paradise Station in Washington. Following behind it are the 546 inches received at Alta, Utah; the 483 inches received at Crater Lake Park Headquarters in Oregon; the 411 inches received in Brighton, Utah; and the 407 inches received at Echo Summit, Calif.Learn More
It is rare to have snowfall in states such as California and Florida, but California had some snowfall in the years 2011 and 2014. Some Southern states, such as Louisiana and Georgia, also rarely receive snowfall.Full Answer >
As of 2014, the highest denomination of currency in the United States is the $100 bill. The highest denomination ever made was the $100,000 bill.Full Answer >
The United States Census splits the country into four regions: northeast, midwest, west and south. Of these regions, as of 2013 the south has the largest total population with more than 118 million inhabitants or 37.4 percent of the country's total population.Full Answer >
The vertical length of the continental United States is 1,582 miles, using point-to-point, straight-line measurements. There is a total land mass of 3,537,438 square miles, which includes all 50 states and the District of Columbia.Full Answer >