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College of the Holy Cross

Comments about the weather
... Student programs tend to sell short, and the snow that buries the campus for 3/4 of the year tends to limit social activity to dorm drinking on ...Read full comment
... If you want to diet, this is like fat camp where everything that is supposed to be hot is cold, and firm is limp, but make sure not to get injur...Read full comment
... The campus is beautiful for most of the year, however, during the winter and early spring the place appears like much of New England: a little dea...Read full comment
... Luckily, when I felt "trapped" by the winter weather on campus, Boston was merely a bus ride away ...Read full comment
... Its cold and you are isolated on a hill to a minute campus with about only 2800 students ...Read full comment
Avg Number of daylight hours
12.4
Avg non-cloudy-ish sunlight hours
7.3
Avg % of day spent cloudy
41.3%
Avg % of day spent precipitating
10.2%
Windchill Minimum
-42.7F
Minimum Temperature
-11.2F
Average Temperature
40.6F
Maximum Temperature
91.4F

Temperatures, Precipitation, and Sunshine on campus

Check below to read averages, minimums, and about daylight on the CtHC 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 cloudy41.3%
Avg non-cloudy-ish sunlight hours
(subtracting away average cloudiness)
7.3 hrs
Precipitation
Avg % of day spent precipitating10.2%
Temperatures
Average Temperature40.6F
Maximum Temperature91.4F
Minimum Temperature-11.2F
Windchill Minimum-42.7F

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