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Places With the Biggest Snowfall in History in Every State

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Hawaii: Maui County
> 1-day record: 6.5 inches
> Date: February 2, 1936

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Idaho: Benewah County
> 1-day record: 5 feet
> Date: January 22, 1982

The Gem State tied its own record the following year — in the spring.

Idaho: Owyhee County
> 1-day record: 5 feet
> Date: May 2, 1983

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Illinois: Adams County
> 1-day record: 2 feet
> Date: February 28, 1900

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Indiana: St. Joseph County
> 1-day record: 2 feet and 2 inches
> Date: January 8, 2011

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Iowa: Taylor County
> 1-day record: 2 feet
> Date: April 20, 1918

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