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Written by Breanna McArthur
The weather can be a pain if you're not used to thunder, lightning, tornadoes, and humidity. In the summer, the weather tends to be extremely hot and humid. It is very uncomfortable, especially when you have to walk all over campus for class. It will randomly rain during the summertime, which is a good thing because the rain will bring the temperature down a few degrees.
The fall is the best time of year because it's not too hot and not to cold. During the winter, it's freezing cold. Some days it's so cold that the wind feels like it's burning through your skin. Usually between December and January, a few inches of snow willl appear. This is a good thing if—and only if—classes happen to get canceled. The snow is not so good when you have to walk in it to get to class.
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