Yet another arctic chill is settling in over most of the U.S. Check out which states have the coldest winters, based off average winter temperatures between 1971 and 2000 from the NOAA's National Climatic Data Center.
20. Pennsylvania (Average winter temperature: 28.4 degrees)
19. Illinois (28.3 degrees)
18. Utah (28.2 degrees)
17. Massachusetts (27.4 degrees)
16. Colorado (25.8 degrees)
15. Nebraska (25.7 degrees)
14. Idaho (25.4 degrees)
13. New York (23.3 degrees
11. (tie) Michigan (21.7 degrees)
11. Iowa (21.7 degrees)
9. (tie) Montana (21.2 degrees)
9. (tie) Wyoming (21.2 degrees)
8. New Hampshire (21.1 degrees)
7. South Dakota (19.5 degrees)
6. Vermont (19.4 degrees)
5. Wisconsin (17.2 degrees)
4. Maine (16.8 degrees)
3. Minnesota (12.4 degrees)
2. North Dakota (12.2 degrees)
1. Alaska (2.6 degrees)
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