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MBY Snowfall Totals

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  1. 39.9526° N, 75.1652° W, the lat/long of Center City. Climatically, Philly is warmer than most places at the same latitude within the continental United States during the cooler months. Geography plays a big role here, our close proximity to the moderating waters of the Atlantic Ocean can explain that, particularly in the wintertime. That makes sense. However, I've been pondering a question for a couple of years now that deals with Philly's temperatures compared to some other locations, locations with a more fuzzy answer. The question comes from comparing Philly's daytime high temps, n
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