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How is the weather in Ithaca?
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Ithaca has a four-season climate. Spring is lovely, summer is beautiful, fall is spectacular, and winter is...well, winter, arriving in late November and usually exiting sometime in March. Average daily highs in the middle of January and February hover around 31-33 degrees Fahrenheit and the monthly snowfall from December through March ranges from 10-16 inches. If "cold" is 60 degrees, these numbers might seem a bit chilly, but they're typical of what is found in other northeastern cities. Summer temperatures are generally in the low 80s, so students who spend those months on campus get to experience all four seasons.

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