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Temperatures, Precipitation, and Sunshine on campus:

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

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During the School Year:
*all schools based on a 250 day school year
Avg Number of daylight hours12.4 hrs
Avg % of day spent cloudy64.7%
Avg non-cloudy-ish sunlight hours
(subtracting away average cloudiness)
4.4 hrs
Avg % of day spent precipitating13.4%
Average Temperature39.2F
Maximum Temperature113.0F
Minimum Temperature-16.6F
Windchill Minimum-31.6F

Relevant quotes pertaining to the weather

“... Social activities did revolve around drinking when I was there, and the weather IS bad ...”
“... This diversity of knowledge gained better equipped me to voyage into the working world, in which you may not always stay in the same career, and...”
“... The weather is horrible and make sure you do not make the mistake of coming here if it even crosses your mind that this will bother you because ...”
“... Also, the summers are incredibly hot & humid, and the rest of the year,it is boring, grey and cold all the time ...”
“... People in the dorms don't flush the toilets, unless someone is in the shower so the water temperature gets all fucked up ...”
“... I survived endless cold, lonely days of studying ...”
“... Other than the beautiful campus (which is ruined by the shitty weather), the faculty sucks (all of my bio classes are taught by random asians who...”
“... Always cold ...”
“... Sports are a joke and the weather sucks ...”
“... The campus is beautiful, but this past winter (2003) was extremely cold and snowy ...”
“... The weather can blow, and the roads are full of potholes ...”
“... Sure it gets cold and sometimes freezing, but that's like any other place in the Northeast ...”
“... Bad: It's cold and hilly (but I was in much better shape because I had to walk so much ...”
“... i hated the school, dwelled over the weather, and missed home ...”
“... ), and the long cold winters in the frozen tundra (especially rough for a Californian) ...”
“... I don't like snow ...”
“... The campus is very beautiful and because of climate change (probably) there has been almost no snow this fall, the weather is nowhere near as ba...”
“... The campus is beautiful though the weather can definately suck ...”
“... Also, very cold ...”
“... The snow really isn't that bad-- just bundle up and go outside (its not like you have classes on the Arts Quad in 2 feet of snow) ...”
“... Cornell is also cold and fairly remote ...”
“... Plus, during days of cold weather, many students tend to stay indoor, and would not want to go outside for nearby restaurants ...”

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