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2 College Sophomore

Weather: JSU tends to not cancel school during bad weather. This year, we had a terrible snow storm, and JSU did not cancel classes until I was already stuck on campus. I was stranded for 4 hours in a parking lot until I was able to flag someone down to help me. After this incident, JSU now cancels classes at any chance of heavy snow, which is how it should be.

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3 College Freshman

Weather: One day it will be blazing hot, the next it will be cold, the next may be raining. Humidity is horrible sometimes but Summer time is awesome!


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  • 116th
    Hottest Summers
  • 392nd
    Coldest Winters

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Crystal Hudgins
Ranburne, Alabama
Social Work
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Once you get accepted to JSU and decide to make Jacksonville your new home away from home, there is only one thing left to do: pack. Overall, the weather is pretty balanced. Keep in mind that you don’t need to bring clothes for every season all at once. If you plan to go home during breaks, you can easily trade your T-shirts for sweaters or vice versa.

During the fall months, the coolest days will be in the high 50s, and the warmest days will be in the low 80s. A light jacket, T-shirts, and jeans work nicely for this time of year. In December and January, you can expect the coolest days to be in the low 30s and the warmest days to be in the mid-50s. This means that sweaters, jackets, and whatever else you need to keep warm are a must, especially since you will be walking around on campus quite a bit. 

Things begin to warm up a bit February through April. Expect the coolest days to be in the low 40s and the warmest days to be in the mid-70s. Layers are best for this time of year because a day that starts off in the low 50s could reach the mid-70s by lunchtime. Also, you can expect quite a bit of rain during these months, so bring an umbrella and rain boots.

From May through August, you will begin to feel the full effects of living in the south. The coolest days will be in the upper 60s and the hottest days will be over 100 degrees. Staying cool is essential, not only for your comfort but for your heath as well. No worries though, kiddos. When the heat gets to be too much, just swing by Stephenson Hall and go for a swim in the Olympic-size swimming pool.

Facts & Statistics

Temperature Averages
Spring - High: 73 °F
Spring - Low: 47 °F
Summer - High: 88 °F
Summer - Low: 66 °F
Fall - High: 74 °F
Fall - Low: 49 °F
Winter - High: 55 °F
Winter - Low: 31 °F
Precipitation Averages
Spring: 4.90 in./month
Summer: 4.45 in./month
Fall: 3.81 in./month
Winter: 5.26 in./month
What to Pack
  • Flip flops
  • Rain boots
  • Shorts
  • Sweaters
  • Tank tops
  • T-shirts
  • Umbrella
  • Winter jacket
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