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It's usually sunny, hot, 60s - 80s in temperature, with a lot of thunderstorms that drop the temperature for the next few days and it builds back up again. Sometimes it can be too hot or too humid but I like it. The winters though are really really cold, snowy, bitter, windy and unpredictable lol
thanks! and yeah, summer > winter. in general. i made fun of my sister for still being in school then she made fun of me for having school on saturdays, then i used above logic. I won. :P but yeah, that sounds really nice! :) are the summers there like new england summers? do you know?