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3 College Freshman

Weather: For the most part St. John's is quite pleasant, and has a wide range of temperatures and precipitation levels throughout the year, and is as such quite unpredictable.

3 College Sophomore

Weather: Igloos in Winter – The Fall and Spring are perhaps the most beautiful of one's days at St. John's. The Winter, however, takes hold in late October and keeps a steady grip on our tiny little campus where at some point the Polity flu affects everyone and social life dwindles behind big books and blankets and tea. That being said, the summer makes you pray for scarf weather.

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3 College Junior

Weather: The fall and spring are glorious, but Annapolis winter is a bad thing, and it will make you want to commit suicide. It is endlessly gray and wet and supremely windy. If, like this past year, it does end up snowing a ton, neither Annapolis nor SJC have the infrastructure to deal with large amounts of snow. If you're here over the summer, get used to 100 percent humidity. Got curly hair? Cut it off. It's your only hope.

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Annapolis weather can be beautiful, but it can also surprise you. The summers are extremely hot and humid, but if you're only around for the school year, you'll be fine. For those who stick the summer out, air-conditioning and plenty of shorts and T-shirts will get you through. Everyone really appreciates the cool, beautiful autumns in Annapolis. Winters here come late and are either mild or horrific depending on where you're from. There are always a few students from warm-year-round states who “ooh” and “ahh” at their first snowflakes, then complain bitterly about the wind and ice for the rest of the year. Those who come from colder climates will recognize that Annapolis winters are extremely mild. There are usually two or three decent snowfalls per winter, with a few inches of accumulation. Snow rarely sticks around for long, however, and the majority of the winter is nippy, windy, and rainy. Occasionally there will be unseasonably warm days in the winter or cool days in the spring, but once April hits, the wind sticks around, but the sunshine also comes out.

Students should bring clothing for all types of weather. Rain boots, coats, and umbrellas are strongly recommended, and a warm winter coat will be appreciated. You'll also get plenty of use out of your sandals, shorts, and breezy dresses, so pack a variety!

Facts & Statistics

Temperature Averages
Spring - High: 65 °F
Spring - Low: 42 °F
Summer - High: 85 °F
Summer - Low: 65 °F
Fall - High: 67 °F
Fall - Low: 47 °F
Winter - High: 45 °F
Winter - Low: 26 °F
Precipitation Averages
Spring: 3.98 in./month
Summer: 3.86 in./month
Fall: 3.71 in./month
Winter: 3.38 in./month
What to Pack
  • Jacket
  • Rain boots
  • Shorts and T-shirts
  • Umbrella
  • Winter coat
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