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America's 50 Coldest Cities

35. Elko, Nevada
> Avg. daily low in coldest month: 13.9 F (January)
> Lowest temp. on record: -43 F
> Annual avg. snowfall: 39.0 in.
> Population: 20,247

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34. Casper, Wyoming
> Avg. daily low in coldest month: 13.5 F (December)
> Lowest temp. on record: -41 F
> Annual avg. snowfall: 76.6 in.
> Population: 58,756

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33. Rockford, Illinois
> Avg. daily low in coldest month: 13.5 F (January)
> Lowest temp. on record: -27 F
> Annual avg. snowfall: 35.6 in.
> Population: 147,881

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32. Portland, Maine
> Avg. daily low in coldest month: 13.4 F (January)
> Lowest temp. on record: -39 F
> Annual avg. snowfall: 70.3 in.
> Population: 66,735

31. Rapid City, South Dakota
> Avg. daily low in coldest month: 12.9 F (January)
> Lowest temp. on record: -31 F
> Annual avg. snowfall: 42.3 in.
> Population: 73,721

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