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What should you know about Midwest Weather

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Midwest weather has much variation. If you want to move to the Midwest, know what it's like.

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Weather can change in a matter of minutes Report Abuse
This is literally true. The sun can be shining. A thunderstorm can come through swiftly that lasts just a few minutes and then the sun the sun is shining again.
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Summers are usually hot and muggy Report Abuse
Summer temperatures are usually in the 80s, but sometimes make it into the 90s and occasionally over 100. Humidity levels tend to be very high, making things very uncomfortable without air conditioning.
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Winters are usually cold and snowy. Report Abuse
Winters tend to have much cold weather, usually below freezing temperature and sometimes even subzero temperatures. Snow is very common, often very deep snow.
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Tornadoes Report Abuse
Tornadoes unfortunately are very common in the Midwest. Sometimes hard to predict too.
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Electricity can go out with the slightest breeze Report Abuse
Well, true in rural areas. Electricity often goes out with slight breezes, leaving people either freezing, or dealing with hot, humid weather.
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This is a lie.
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Thunderstorms Report Abuse
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Have Thundersnow Report Abuse
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Have no tsunamis Report Abuse
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People tend to drive badly in rain and snow Report Abuse
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Have occasional droughts Report Abuse
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Pollen counts are often high Report Abuse
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Have no hurricanes Report Abuse
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Strong winds are common throughout the year Report Abuse
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Can have 70+ weather in January occasionally Report Abuse
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Snowstorms can happen in April, and can have snow in May Report Abuse
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Hailstorms occur sometimes Report Abuse
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Some days need heavy coat in the morning and can wear shorts in afternoon Report Abuse
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Have beautiful, colorful autumns Report Abuse
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Flooding is common, especially in the spring Report Abuse
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Occasional ice storms Report Abuse
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