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It won't be different by much. You'll definitely be subject to to very odd, sometimes harsh weather conditions, but they shouldn't vary that much from New England. Winter is typically very chilly and unpredictable. In addition to that, you'll experience a lot of Lake-Effect Snow that comes from the state being surrounded by the Great Lakes.
I think that Michigan has more cloudy days than New England but the snow fall amounts aren't as high. You'll be fine.
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