The 10 Snowiest Cities In Oklahoma For 2021


We looked at the data to see which cities in Oklahoma have the most snow every year.

Editor’s Note: We updated this article for 2021. This is our first time ranking the snowiest cities in Oklahoma.

Sure, a Saturday morning right after a foot of fluffy snow is the best thing ever. But that same amount of snow on Tuesday in Oklahoma can make a commute last forever. So just imagine it's the dead of winter, and the time of year when the ground is frozen, the air is bone chilling, and there are piles of dirty, nasty ice encrusted snow all over the place.

This is about the time of year when you're just about ready for spring -- especially in Woodward, the snowiest place in Oklahoma.

So, put on your parkas, snow boots and your gloves and let's go outside to see which Oklahoma cities get dumped on the most every year. After analyzing all the cities in Oklahoma with a decent amount of people in them, we came up with this list as the 10 snowiest cities in Sooner State.

The 10 Snowiest Cities In Oklahoma For 2021

  1. Woodward
  2. Guymon
  3. Bartlesville
  4. Alva
  5. Vinita
  6. Pryor Creek
  7. Enid
  8. Claremore
  9. Blackwell
  10. Ponca City

What's the snowiest place in Oklahoma with more than 5,000 people? That would be Woodward with an average annual snowfall of 15.7 inches.

Read on below to see where your town ranked, you snow angels.

And if you already knew these places were snowy, check out the best places to live in Oklahoma or the cheapest places in Oklahoma.

The 10 Snowiest Cities In Oklahoma For 2021

Woodward, OK

Source: Public domain
Overall SnackAbility

6
/10

Population: 12,591
Average Annual Snowfall: 15.7 inches
More on Woodward: Real Estate |  Cost Of Living | Crime Report

Guymon, OK

Source: Public domain
Overall SnackAbility

5
/10

Population: 11,978
Average Annual Snowfall: 15.0 inches
More on Guymon: Real Estate |  Cost Of Living | Crime Report

Bartlesville, OK

Overall SnackAbility

6
/10

Population: 36,360
Average Annual Snowfall: 11.6 inches
More on Bartlesville: Real Estate |  Cost Of Living | Crime Report

Alva, OK

Overall SnackAbility

7
/10

Population: 5,023
Average Annual Snowfall: 10.8 inches
More on Alva: Real Estate |  Cost Of Living | Crime Report

Vinita, OK

Overall SnackAbility

4
/10

Population: 5,610
Average Annual Snowfall: 10.5 inches
More on Vinita: Real Estate |  Cost Of Living | Crime Report

Pryor Creek, OK

Overall SnackAbility

4
/10

Population: 9,484
Average Annual Snowfall: 10.3 inches
More on Pryor Creek: Real Estate |  Cost Of Living | Crime Report

Enid, OK

Source: Public domain
Overall SnackAbility

4
/10

Population: 50,685
Average Annual Snowfall: 9.9 inches
More on Enid: Real Estate |  Cost Of Living | Crime Report

Claremore, OK

Source: Public domain
Overall SnackAbility

6
/10

Population: 18,922
Average Annual Snowfall: 9.2 inches
More on Claremore: Real Estate |  Cost Of Living | Crime Report

Blackwell, OK

Overall SnackAbility

4
/10

Population: 6,932
Average Annual Snowfall: 9.1 inches
More on Blackwell: Real Estate |  Cost Of Living | Crime Report

Ponca City, OK

Source: Public domain
Overall SnackAbility

4
/10

Population: 24,846
Average Annual Snowfall: 8.8 inches
More on Ponca City: Real Estate |  Cost Of Living | Crime Report

How We Determined The Cities In Oklahoma With The Most Snow

In order to rank the snowiest cities in Oklahoma, we only had to scrape the database of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), to see which cities in the Sooner State get the most annual snowfall.

Before we get too far, here are the annual snowfall rates for major cities:

  • Oklahoma City -- 5.8 inches
  • Tulsa -- 6.3 inches
  • Norman -- 4.9 inches

There's a complete chart at the bottom.

If you're curious, here are the places that get the least amount of snow in Oklahoma with at least snow snowfall:

  1. Hugo -- 1.2 inches
  2. Idabel -- 1.5 inches
  3. Lawton -- 2.2 inches

For more Oklahoma reading, check out:

Detailed List Of The Snowiest Places In Oklahoma

Rank City Snow (Inches) Population
1 Woodward 15.7 12,591
2 Guymon 15.0 11,978
3 Bartlesville 11.6 36,360
4 Alva 10.8 5,023
5 Vinita 10.5 5,610
6 Pryor Creek 10.3 9,484
7 Enid 9.9 50,685
8 Claremore 9.2 18,922
9 Blackwell 9.1 6,932
10 Ponca City 8.8 24,846
11 Owasso 8.2 32,650
12 Grove 8.0 6,685
13 Sand Springs 7.7 19,397
14 Collinsville 7.7 6,103
15 Catoosa 7.6 7,406
16 Elk City 7.5 12,424
17 Stillwater 7.3 47,523
18 Perry 7.3 5,082
19 Clinton 7.2 9,397
20 Shawnee 6.8 30,866
21 Bethany 6.8 19,478
22 Guthrie 6.6 10,871
23 Weatherford 6.5 11,663
24 Purcell 6.5 6,292
25 Mustang 6.4 19,112
26 Wagoner 6.4 8,583
27 Tulsa 6.3 398,082
28 Newcastle 6.2 8,712
29 Miami 6.0 13,666
30 Warr Acres 6.0 10,342
31 Sapulpa 5.9 20,399
32 Oklahoma City 5.8 610,672
33 Muskogee 5.8 38,776
34 Tecumseh 5.8 6,583
35 Moore 5.7 58,615
36 Tahlequah 5.6 16,354
37 Skiatook 5.6 7,827
38 Piedmont 5.6 6,502
39 Yukon 5.5 24,746
40 Cushing 5.5 7,879
41 The Village 5.4 9,223
42 Blanchard 5.4 8,000
43 Mcalester 5.3 18,324
44 Del City 5.2 21,898
45 Noble 5.1 6,626
46 Norman 4.9 117,353
47 Broken Arrow 4.7 103,437
48 El Reno 4.7 17,852
49 Edmond 4.6 86,739
50 Tuttle 4.6 6,411
51 Jenks 4.5 19,030
52 Glenpool 4.5 11,982
53 Midwest City 4.4 56,507
54 Harrah 4.3 5,551
55 Seminole 4.2 7,508
56 Pauls Valley 4.2 6,073
57 Ada 4.1 17,149
58 Okmulgee 4.1 12,350
59 Coweta 4.1 9,517
60 Sallisaw 3.7 8,698
61 Sulphur 3.7 5,032
62 Henryetta 3.6 5,812
63 Holdenville 3.6 5,748
64 Duncan 3.5 23,317
65 Choctaw 3.5 11,828
66 Ardmore 3.2 24,955
67 Altus 3.2 19,549
68 Lone Grove 3.1 5,173
69 Bixby 2.9 23,171
70 Poteau 2.7 8,624
71 Chickasha 2.6 16,284
72 Anadarko 2.6 6,777
73 Durant 2.3 16,767
74 Lawton 2.2 97,589
75 Idabel 1.5 7,026
76 Hugo 1.2 5,277

About Chris Kolmar

Chris Kolmar has been in the real estate business for almost ten years now. He originally worked for Movoto Real Estate as the director of marketing before founding HomeSnacks.

He believes the key to finding the right place to live comes down to looking at the data, reading about things to do, and, most importantly, checking it out yourself before you move.

If you've been looking for a place to live in the past several years, you've probably stumbled upon his writing already.

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