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I heard that Chicago is very cold in winter, how about Notre Dame? Compared with NY?
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Notre Dame is cold as fuck in the winter.
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It's in northern Indiana, near a Great Lake. What do you think?
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It gets relatively cold. If you ever need average temps, just search a town's wikipedia page. South Bend, in January, has average high of 31 and average low of 17. So yeah, pretty darn cold. I live in New York area, and South Bend seems to be a solid 6 or 7 degrees colder on average. Thats not insignificant.
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Been here 6 years. it gets damn cold, but you can live. Not colder than Chicago, but we get far more snow because we're on the SE side of the lake.
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