1 day 75.8 inches (Silver Lake, Colorado; April 14-15, 1921)
1 storm 189 inches (Mt. Shasta, California; February 13-19, 1959)
Snowflakes typically fall from the sky at speeds between one and five miles per hour.
The largest snowflakes in the world fell across Fort Keogh in Montana (USA) on 28 January 1887. The flakes were measured at 15 inches across by 8 inches thick.
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