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Discussion in 'General Discussion | Travel' started by rwoman, Jan 26, 2012.
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TWC: America's Five Coldest Cities
and there are people living there. For example over 4k in 2009 in Barrow, AK: http://www.city-data.com/city/Barrow-Alaska.html
I lived in Madison, Wis for over 7 years and I thought it was already pretty damn cold up there in winter. Can't imagine myself living in one of these cities
I grew up in INL and actually enjoy the weather up there. Cold you can feel in the winter, and very pleasant moderate summers. It'll fairly typically get down to -40 at least once in a winter, and normally have a stretch or two where it doesn't get above 0 (F) for days or weeks. There are other towns in the area that get colder, they're just not up to the size standard.
Somewhere like Alabama in the middle of the summer is much, much more uncomfortable.
Moving to MSP has been quite a bit warmer. Very noticeable climate difference, but it's mostly similar weather-days in different proportion.