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View Poll Results: Rate Lancerstown
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B 1 14.29%
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D 4 57.14%
F 1 14.29%
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Old Yesterday, 04:18 PM
Location: Will County, IL
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Lancerstown aka Lancer is located 39 meters above sea level, not far from Lake Bonton, Lancer has a population of 243,738 people as of August 20, 2019.

Lancerstown has cold, snowy winters and hot, humid, sunny summers. The highest temperature is 116.6 F on July 25, 2019. The lowest was -41 F on January 26, 1927, The warmest minimum was 99.1 F on July 25, 2019, The coldest maximum is -19.8 F on January 19, 1996. The heatwave of July 2019 killed 7,188 people, Children were the most affected at 3,278 children killed in the heatwave.

The annual precipitation is 37.90 inches. There are 58.6 inches of snowfall in an average season. There are 2,554 hours of sunshine per year. There are usually 56 thunderstorm days per year, Some occur in the winter making thundersnow occur.

This gets a B/B- because summers are too hot and winters are too sunny.

Annual mean is 47.145 F (8.414 C)

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Old Yesterday, 06:03 PM
Location: Seattle Area
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D+. Great summers but horrible winters. Spring and fall are very good for having winters that cold.
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Old Yesterday, 06:56 PM
Location: Providence, RI
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D+, winter is too cold, summer peak is too hot, nice spring warmup though, maybe would have been a C- with less continentality (cooler Jul and milder Jan)

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Old Yesterday, 11:46 PM
Location: White House, TN
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Grade: 85.1% / B

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Old Today, 04:32 AM
Location: Cork, Ireland
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Why does everyone on this forum always love either stupidly wet or stupidly seasonal climates?

D+. Too seasonal but still not ridiculous, winters too cold, Summers too hot. Not too wet.
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Old Today, 06:05 AM
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C or C-. The summers are way too hot, the winters are too sunny and can have more snow. Summers are too dry.
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Old Today, 09:25 AM
Location: SW Florida
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Too hot in the summer, too cold in the winter. Gave it an F.
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Old Today, 09:31 AM
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Not a good climate. Too hot in the summer and too cold in the winter as others have pointed out.
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