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Written by Lawanda Johnson
The weather in Baltimore has its ups and downs. Baltimore can get some major snowstorms in January and February, with rain beginning toward the end of February and into the beginning of March. However, the weather gets better in mid-March when it gets sunnier, and the temperature usually stays around the 65-degree mark. In April, Baltimore's weather stays breezy around 75 degrees.
Sometimes, out-of-state students are not used to this type of weather and don't know what to expect. Some UB students are commuting from Pennsylvania to go to UB; others have moved from New York to Baltimore for an education. Overall, the students are up for a surprise every now and then with the weather because no one knows what to expect.
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