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St Lawrence University

Comments about the weather
... No school spirit, oh and it's bitter cold- in October ...Read full comment
... The weather and location are nothing that should bother a student who has truly done their research before enrolling--what should give these stud...Read full comment
... The winters can get very cold and it's typical to get two or three feet of snow during the winter ...Read full comment
... While at SLU I have learned to white water kayak, climbed many of the high peaks (Adirondacks) and learned back country snowboarding ...Read full comment
... It might be really cold, but SLU kids know how to party ...Read full comment
... I travelled 3,000 miles for a middle of the winter visit to SLU and I now call myself a proud Laurentian ...Read full comment
Avg Number of daylight hours
12.2
Avg non-cloudy-ish sunlight hours
7.0
Avg % of day spent cloudy
43.1%
Avg % of day spent precipitating
0.0%
Windchill Minimum
-27.6F
Minimum Temperature
-20.2F
Average Temperature
32.7F
Maximum Temperature
78.8F

Temperatures, Precipitation, and Sunshine on campus

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

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During the School Year

*all schools based on a 250 day school year
Daylight
Avg Number of daylight hours12.2 hrs
Avg % of day spent cloudy43.1%
Avg non-cloudy-ish sunlight hours
(subtracting away average cloudiness)
7.0 hrs
Precipitation
Avg % of day spent precipitating0.0%
Temperatures
Average Temperature32.7F
Maximum Temperature78.8F
Minimum Temperature-20.2F
Windchill Minimum-27.6F
St Lawrence University
St Lawrence University

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