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America's Top 5 Worst Weather Cities

submitted on February 9, 2010 by mcgirl4 in "Member's Lounge"
America's Top 5 Worst Weather Cities

1. Cleveland
Average Annual Temperature: 49.6°F
Average Precipitation: 38.7 inches
Average Snowfall: 58.9 inches

2. Boston
Average Annual Temperature: 51.6°F
Average Precipitation: 42.5 inches
Average Snowfall: 43.2 inches

3. New York City
Average Annual Temperature: 54.6°F
Average Precipitation: 49.7 inches
Average Snowfall: 28.9 inches

4. Milwaukee
Average Annual Temperature: 47.5°F
Average Precipitation: 34.8 inches
Average Snowfall: 47.5 inches

5. Chicago
Average Annual Temperature: 49.1°F
Average Precipitation: 36.2 inches
Average Snowfall: 38.2 inches



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  • 52139
    equipurple
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    Posted by equipurple on February 9, 2010
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    What qualifies as "Worst?" I happen to like my Boston weather, and I am guessing it is far better than, say Fargo, ND!
  • 52140
    mcgirl4
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    Posted by mcgirl4 on February 9, 2010
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    Ha I live in Michigan and I sure am surprised I am not up there! But it looks like they only take into account snow, temp, and rain..... But what if you like precipitation LOL
  • 52144
    orangearrows
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    Posted by orangearrows on February 9, 2010
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    Trust me -- you don't want to be in the DC area right now. In the last 8 days we had 3 snow hits - 2 being big. Last one was 30+ inches of snow and well..... got one more coming today.
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    • busant20
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      Posted by busant20 on February 10, 2010
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      Yup, I'd been inside my house since yesterday. This morning was blizzard round two. It was scary, first time I saw in Washington,DC since I moved here more than 10 years ago.
  • 52148
    HouTex
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    Posted by HouTex on February 9, 2010
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    Looks like the whole country is having colder-than-usual weather this year - so much for global warming! Here on the Texas Gulf coast we normally have very mild winters, but not so this year, we even had snow all the way to Galveston (very rare).
  • 52170
    siggy38
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    Posted by siggy38 on February 9, 2010
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    Makes me feel great, I live in the cleveland area. Sad Snowing right now with a forecast or 6 to 12 inches by tomorrow night, on top of the 10" we had last weekend. Roll Eyes

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