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Residents of this college town in Michigan's Upper Peninsula get walloped by an average of 204 inches of the white stuff every year, according to The Weather Channel. This abundance is due to a phenomenon called lake-effect snow that produces cooler temperatures along the shores of the Great Lakes.
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