In the midst of the “Polar Vortex”, some Americans are probably wishing for a little global warming.

However, many are experiencing just a little more winter “climate change” than others. Accuweather took a look at snowfall levels and rated the Top 10 Snowiest Colleges.

Unsurprisingly, Professor Jacobson’s Cornell University makes this list!

The second of the Ivys on the list, Cornell comes in as the eighth snowiest college in the U.S., with snowfall amounts nearing 65 inches every year.

CI #04 Snowy Cornell

Other schools include:

10. Dartmouth College (Hanover, N.H.)
9. University of Alaska Fairbanks (Fairbanks, Alaska)
7. Western Michigan University (Kalamazoo, Mich.)
6. Southern New Hampshire University (Hooksett, N.H.)
5. University of Vermont (Burlington, Vt.)
4. University of Minnesota Duluth (Duluth, Minn.)
3. University at Buffalo (Buffalo, N.Y.)
2. University of Rochester (Rochester, N.Y.)
1. Syracuse University (Syracuse, N.Y.)

Interestingly, this explains why, when I had to choose between Cornell and University of California – San Diego for graduate school, my choice was:

Amount of snowfall: 0.0 inches.

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The 10 Snowiest Colleges in the US (Fox News)