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Written by Arun Sundaresan
For reasons better explained by a qualified meteorologist, St. Louis frequently experiences dramatic shifts in weather from one day to the next. In the spring, it has been known to snow one day and be warm enough for T-shirts and shorts the next. That said, the pattern of seasons remains relatively constant. The range of conditions goes from quite cold in the winter (bring lots of fleeces, sweatshirts, gloves, a hat, and a winter coat) to unbearably hot and muggy in the summer. Fall and spring, though, are two delightful seasons. Warm and sunny at first, fall tapers off into cool breezes, gorgeous foliage changes, and hazy golden sunsets. And spring in St. Louis is well worth the wait through the often agonizingly long winter. Trees and flowers bloom and blossom all over campus, temperatures reach warm but rarely unpleasant highs, and most importantly, students suddenly begin wearing less clothing than before. All of those pasty white bundles of overworked, sun-deprived students finally shed their layers and show off their occasionally sexy bodies.
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