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3 College Sophomore

Weather: The weather changes all the time. During summer and begining of fall it very hot but then it cools down and it is beautiful. Sometimes during winter it gets a little too cold but it's really no too bad. Over all the weather is ok but it can rain a lot sometimes.

3 College Junior

Weather: It's pretty average. There are good days and bad days, although occasionally there are really bad days and there is flooding. We had a "snow day" during Spring 2014! That was a fun day for everyone!

3 College Freshman

Weather: It rains A LOT, especially compared to the rest of Florida. Being from South Florida, I'm used to sunshine all day every day. You are basically in Georgia weather wise, since you experience 25 degree winters and 95 degree summers.

4 College Junior

Weather: Florida is all over the place with weather but we also get some Georgia weather too which is refreshing.

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5 College Sophomore

Weather: Up in northwest Florida, it's warm all year round, and only unbearably hot for summer and the first few weeks of fall.

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Florida is called the Sunshine State for a reason. Even in the winter, the temperatures have been know to get as high as 70°F, and the coldest low on record is 2 below zero, but that hasn't occurred since 1899. The general opinion around campus is that, on average, the weather is great. The dead of summer can get extremely hot and humid, so when considering on living arrangements, make sure the place has a working air conditioner. The locals will grudgingly admit that winters here aren't too bad. Heavy coats aren't needed, except in rare occasions. Most students can get by with a couple of sweaters.

Weather in Tallahassee is usually predictable, which makes it easy to prepare before you come to school. Spring and fall are the best times of year because the temperatures are bearable. Summer can be nice, but the warmer temperatures can take some getting used to. It does have its advantages, however, like more time to spend at the beach or the FSU Reservation soaking up rays and admiring the local fauna. On the down side, all this beautiful weather can make it difficult to stay indoors studying. Sometimes, you have to make tough decisions.

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Temperature Averages
Spring - High: 80 °F
Spring - Low: 54 °F
Summer - High: 92 °F
Summer - Low: 72 °F
Fall - High: 81 °F
Fall - Low: 58 °F
Winter - High: 66 °F
Winter - Low: 41 °F
Precipitation Averages
Spring: 5.00 in./month
Summer: 7.33 in./month
Fall: 4.04 in./month
Winter: 4.70 in./month


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