U.S. State Capitals Where it Doesn't Snow

Can you name the state capitals that get less than 1 inch of snow per year?
1981–2010 according to currentresults.com
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First submittedJune 25, 2017
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Inches
Capital City
0
Honolulu
0
Phoenix
0
Sacramento
0
Tallahassee
0.2
Baton Rouge
Inches
Capital City
0.4
Montgomery
0.5
Columbia
0.6
Austin
0.9
Jackson
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Level 83
Jun 26, 2017
Yes, I sure remember getting caught in that blizzard in Jackson, MS... (?)
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Level 72
Jun 26, 2017
According to the same source, Jackson gets 0.6" per year. Should be on here.
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Level ∞
Jun 26, 2017
Fixed, thanks
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Level 80
Jun 26, 2017
It's 0.6 days of snow, but 0.9 inches of snow (at https://www.currentresults.com/Weather/Mississippi/annual-snowfall.php).
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Level 69
Jun 28, 2017
Yes, but it only lasted 0.6 days
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Level 33
Dec 21, 2017
So nobody's confused, just say 14 hours...
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Level 79
Sep 29, 2017
It wasn't a blizzard, but I remember driving through a snowstorm in Jackson in the 1970s. I guess we were lucky enough to be there during the 0.9 inches for that year.
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Level 50
Sep 29, 2017
It snows in Topeka, Kansas?
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Level 55
Nov 10, 2017
Of course. It has a temperate, continental climate. Hot, humid summers, and cold snowy winters.
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Level 38
Jan 18, 2019
It's like Britain for example
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Level 71
Sep 29, 2017
Really? Sacramento?
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Level 64
Oct 1, 2017
Oh yes. Hot as balls there in the summer, mild-warm in the winter. No snow whatsoever.
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Level 65
Dec 21, 2017
I thought that was odd too. Seems far north enough that it should at least get some snow, but then...stats don't lie.
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Level 83
Jun 5, 2018
Yep, really. Sacramento is far enough north but it's also just barely above sea level. Hot in the summer and mild in the winter. Rarely does the temperature drop below freezing and even when it does it's usually just for a few hours in the middle of the night. It is however only about an 1.5 hour drive to snow in the Sierra.
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Level 48
May 11, 2019
That's what I was thinking... Same latitude as Southern Ohio.
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Level 31
Nov 17, 2020
Sea-level California has really mild winters, for reasons that I don't understand.
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Level 33
Dec 21, 2017
First on the day it was featured
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Level 73
Dec 21, 2017
Surprised that Colombia was on the list and not Atlanta
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Level 68
Feb 6, 2018
Me too! Looking at a map, it looks like Atlanta is maybe twice as far inland as Columbia, so maybe that explains it.
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Level 81
Aug 13, 2018
Never ever consider driving in ANY of these places if it snows while you're there.
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Level 21
May 15, 2019
Coming from a boy who actually lives in Hawaii it's awesome because there's no snow but even then when I go to the states on vacation it's even better cuz I rarely get to experience snow
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Level 43
May 25, 2019
You are a boy who lives in Hawaii and vacation in the states? Um, so Hawaii isn't a state?
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Level 60
Feb 17, 2020
pretty sure he means the continental us
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Level 62
Jan 4, 2020
It snows in Atlanta, GA?
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Level 33
Jul 28, 2020
Why isn't Saint Paul on here? It never snows there!