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Comments about the weather
... I'd even go out into blizzards, such was the pristine beauty and sense of natural peace a couple of minutes from the big school ...Read full comment
... Get out of this dump of a state and enjoy the rest of the country where you don't have to walk 3 miles one way to class in the snow ...Read full comment
... if you DO NOT LOVE COLD WINTERS ...Read full comment
... The campus is nice in the summer/fall months, but god damn the winters are horrible ...Read full comment
... Its almost like the people are colder than the weather is ...Read full comment
... 5) Lack of an intellectual atmosphere 6) Poor campus maintenance during snow storms (students literally fall and break limbs because the school...Read full comment
Avg Number of daylight hours
12.4
Avg non-cloudy-ish sunlight hours
6.5
Avg % of day spent cloudy
47.3%
Avg % of day spent precipitating
9.3%
Windchill Minimum
-37.0F
Minimum Temperature
-11.2F
Average Temperature
42.3F
Maximum Temperature
114.8F

Temperatures, Precipitation, and Sunshine on campus

Check below to read averages, minimums, and about daylight on the UCONN campus.

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During the School Year

*all schools based on a 250 day school year
Daylight
Avg Number of daylight hours12.4 hrs
Avg % of day spent cloudy47.3%
Avg non-cloudy-ish sunlight hours
(subtracting away average cloudiness)
6.5 hrs
Precipitation
Avg % of day spent precipitating9.3%
Temperatures
Average Temperature42.3F
Maximum Temperature114.8F
Minimum Temperature-11.2F
Windchill Minimum-37.0F

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