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3 College Freshman

Weather: Its usually pretty windy on campus and it gets really cold in the winter.

1 College Freshman

Weather: The winters are the worst I've ever experienced.

1 College Senior

Weather: It snows from October to late April

4 College Freshman

Weather: It's great....if you like skiing and the snow.

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3 College Freshman

Weather: It is winter for more than half the time you are here at school. The winter is brutally cold and long, the wind is whipping and the daily climate is unpredictable. As the campus is fairly large, it can be a pain to walk to classes in the cold, but there is an underground tunnel and a bus system that is incredibly helpful and easy to use. There are tons of activities to participate in year round despite the weather and there are plenty of mountains and ski/board pass deals offered through the school.


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The weather here is amazing . . . wait, no, it’s terrible . . . er, actually, the weather in Vermont is anything but predictable. That’s why most Vermonters will give you the age-old adage, “If you don’t like the weather, wait five minutes.” This is a state where April showers often come in May, and winter doesn't appear in late December, but anywhere between October and Thanksgiving. As far as clothes go, come prepared. Vermont can have simply wonderful weather, but it can also quickly turn dismal. Think of living in a place with temperatures ranging from 15 degrees below zero—not including wind chill—up to the 90s, not accounting for humidity. And don’t forget to bring some sort of boot for snow.

Some students love it, some hate it, but in actuality, it is the whole of this love-hate relationship that describes student’s feelings about the weather. People who live to ski are thrilled that Vermont has some of the best in the east. Those who are into hiking appreciate the colorful splashes of leaves in the autumn and the vibrant flowers in spring. And for the rest who enjoy water sports, Vermont also has sweltering hot and humid summers. There is indeed a little taste of everything for everybody.

Facts & Statistics

Temperature Averages
Spring - High: 54 °F
Spring - Low: 34 °F
Summer - High: 79 °F
Summer - Low: 58 °F
Fall - High: 56 °F
Fall - Low: 40 °F
Winter - High: 29 °F
Winter - Low: 12 °F
Precipitation Averages
Spring: 2.84 in./month
Summer: 3.80 in./month
Fall: 3.34 in./month
Winter: 2.04 in./month



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