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What is the weather like in the USA?

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    Green River College

    Green River College

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    What's the weather like in the U.S? There's only two answer, good or bad depending on where you come from. So if you're looking to study at a school that has a lot of snow during the winter, Montana, Wyoming or even Minnesota could be your answer. If you are looking for a warmer climate, maybe Florida or California is your answer. But if you are looking for a place that has the mix of both worlds, Washington State is your best option.

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    University of Missouri - St. Louis (United States)

    University of Missouri - St. Louis (United States)

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    USA has different weathers and different places, but I live in St. Louis, where the summers are hot and humid, winters are cold, but the spring and fall are like, really beautiful.

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    California State University, San Bernardino

    California State University, San Bernardino

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    Hi, everyone, so here in my city, the weather is beautiful here in California, we have temperatures that range from cold to hot. Summer is typically our hottest season. But the best thing about the summer, though, is that you're able to have access to all of our local beaches because we're really near the coastline. We also have a lot of lakes here and forces and within the forces. We do have a lot of streams and waterfalls that you can take advantage of while you're here.

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    Suffolk University

    Suffolk University

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    Hello, this is Raffi Muroy from Suffolk University in Boston. What is the weather like in the USA? Well, it really depends, you know, like the diversity of of of population. The U.S. also experiences are diverse, a weather population, for example, here in the Northeast, we have four distinct weather patterns. You know, we have a summer which can be pretty hard, a fall which is beautiful and cool. Winter, which will you'll see snow, but also a nice spring, which will see a lot of greenery and things. So you can certainly enjoy for your seasons.

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    Iowa State University

    Iowa State University

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    Hi, all, it's Kimmy Hart with international admissions at Iowa State University. The question I'm answering today is about the weather in the US really depends on what state you're in here in Iowa. We get to experience all four seasons. I'm currently enjoying a beautiful November evening. It's about 17 degrees Celsius outside at Iowa State Research Park. They have beautiful trails around here, so can't wait for you to come and check it out.

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    Pepperdine Graziadio Business School

    Pepperdine Graziadio Business School

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    The weather in the US is varied, and it depends on your location. Here in Malibu, California, which is where Pepperdine University is located, we have great weather year round. Sunny skies, no humidity, makes it a perfect beach day, summer, spring, fall and winter. Average highs are 24 degrees Celsius and the average low is 13 degrees Celsius.

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    Portland State University

    Portland State University

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    Located in Portland, Oregon, where about three hours from Seattle by car and the weather is not too hot, not too cold, it's very average temperatures, but it does rain. So it does get gloomy. But the summers are absolutely nice, not too humid. It's like the perfect temperature.

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    Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

    Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

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    Our campus is located in a region that experiences all four seasons, warm summers, the spring and fall are mild with great weather and the winters are snowy.

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    California State University, Northridge

    California State University, Northridge

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    What's the weather like in Los Angeles? It's actually the reason why I moved here, it was because of the weather. It's it's pretty mild. Winter and summers can get quite hot, but it's not a humid, hot it's more of a dry weather. So it's it's good weather year round where you could actually enjoy the beach and the mountains on the same day. It's one of the few places in the world where you can go skiing in the morning, into the beach in the evening. Great, great weather.

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    Keiser University

    Keiser University

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    Obviously, it varies throughout the U.S., but here in Florida, we are sunny most of the time and we have an average temperature of about 80 degrees Fahrenheit. People love the winters here in Florida because we can still wear shorts and flip flops.

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    University of Wyoming

    University of Wyoming

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    The weather in the United States depends on which region you're in, specifically in Wyoming, it's more of a cold and snowy kind of climate. And if you're a fan of snow and cold temperatures, Wyoming is definitely good for you. And during the summer, Wyoming is actually perfect because it's not too cold and not too hot. And it's really fun to spend the time outside.

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