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Compiled by The Weather Channel based on 30-year average temperatures during the months of Dec., Jan., and Feb.  The 100 most populous cities were ranked, and include surrounding areas.

1. Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota

2. Anchorage, Alaska

3. Madison, Wisconsin

4. Milwaukee, Wisconsin

5. Omaha, Nebraska

6. Chicago, Illinois

7. Lincoln, Nebraska

8. Rochester, New York

9. Buffalo, New York

10. Ft. Wayne, Indiana

11. Toledo, Ohio

12. Detroit, Michigan

13. Akron, Ohio

14. Cleveland, Ohio

15. Indianapolis, Indiana

16. Colorado Springs, Colorado

17. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

18. Denver, Colorado

19. Kansas City, Missouri

20. Boston, Massachusetts 



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 Posted: Tue Jan 28th, 2014 04:42 am
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I'm in Milwaukee and it's ridiculous today with a high of -3. Tomorrow is supposed to be colder.



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Glad to see Milwaukee near the top of something that doesn't have to do with teen pregnancy, poverty, lack of jobs, murders, poor mental health resources and failing schools!

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What an insightful and informative list. I never would have guessed that Minneapolis was the coldest city in the U.S.. I would have thought like Portland or maybe Nashville, but Minneapolis??!!?? Thank you TWC and thank you internet.



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Six of the Top 7 are AWA territory. No wonder all the old AWA guys said traveling by car and plane in the winter was downright scary.

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Because it's only top 100 markets it negates truly cold cities like Fargo, Bangor, Duluth etc...Pretty useless.

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Principal_Raditch wrote: Because it's only top 100 markets it negates truly cold cities like Fargo, Bangor, Duluth etc...Pretty useless.
They're included in the average of the nearest large city I think.



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The Springs? It's my 3rd year here and although we've had snaps of negative degree weather, the winters here are very mild compared to what I experienced in New Hampshire.



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You know I wouldn't have thought Detroit would be on that list because its populated by so many ni..............yeah those are some cold cities alright.



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Duluth gets some bastardly cold weather in the spring, let alone winter.



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I lived in Minneapolis for 15 years and live in the Bangor, ME area for 25 years.  They are almost identical when comparing winters.  Length, cold and inches of snow are very similar.  However, Duluth kicks both of their asses.  So does Houlton/Caribou Me.  I read a stat once that said only 3% of the world's population lives in a climate colder than MN. 

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yellowdog wrote: I lived in Minneapolis for 15 years and live in the Bangor, ME area for 25 years.  They are almost identical when comparing winters.  Length, cold and inches of snow are very similar.  However, Duluth kicks both of their asses.  So does Houlton/Caribou Me.  I read a stat once that said only 3% of the world's population lives in a climate colder than MN. 
To put this in perspective, I live about 4 hours north of Duluth.
It's been one fuck of a miserable winter.

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We've had the opposite. We've not had snow at all in England other than on the high ground. I've not seen any.

It has however hardly ever stopped raining. Last time the country was this damp was the Permian period.



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