The first thing to greet incoming students in the fall is Macon's humidity. Summer and fall seasons are best spent indoors. Winter requires heavy jackets and coats because it is somewhat unbearable for students that live in warmer climates. Wesleyan's only weather issue is the rain. When it rains, it pours for days and turns the campus into a giant puddle. Thunderstorms are common, yet do not pose a severe threat. Between January and March, the campus receives a day or two of snow. While it is not a large amount, the students enjoy having a snowball fight or simply watching it fall.
The weather is best at the beginning of spring. Although the campus is encased in pollen, there is a nice breeze that blows throughout the day and keeps the temperature down. Spring's only downside is the possibility for tornados. Aside from that, the temperature is perfect for studying outside.