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Somerset County, Pennsylvania, United States (39.99800 -79.04155)
Somerset County along with Garrett County is one of the snowiest inhabited locations in the United States, with the highest elevations of the county averaging 150+ inches of snow each winter. The county's elevation and general proximity to both the Great Lakes and the Atlantic Ocean causes snow from both Nor'easters and lake effect upslope snow events to fall from late October through early April. Snow has been recorded in Somerset County in every month except July, although local lore has it that even July saw snow in 1816, "the year without a summer." Mount Davis, the highest natural point in the state of Pennsylvania at 3,213 feet (979 m), is located in the southern part of the County.
Stowe, Pottstown Bypass, North Coventry Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania, 19464-0289, United States (40.25241 -75.68124)
Coordinates: 40.23615 -75.69699 40.26932 -75.66102 - Minimum elevation: 131 ft - Maximum elevation: 709 ft - Average elevation: 266 ft
Mount Davis, Elk Lick Township, Somerset County, Pennsylvania, 15540, United States (39.78619 -79.17586)
Coordinates: 39.78614 -79.17591 39.78624 -79.17581 - Minimum elevation: 2,208 ft - Maximum elevation: 3,219 ft - Average elevation: 2,776 ft
State Game Land 211, Gun Club Road, Porter Township, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania, 17957, United States (40.58341 -76.50715)
Coordinates: 40.57992 -76.50994 40.58706 -76.49794 - Minimum elevation: 711 ft - Maximum elevation: 1,697 ft - Average elevation: 1,178 ft