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5. New York City, New York
4. Chicago, Illinois
3. Boston, Massachusetts
I absolutely LOVE Boston. Back in my early 20's, I used to make the 2 hour drive from New Haven to Boston, somehow find a parking spot near BU, hope my car didn't get towed or destroyed by snow plows, and hop on the T to my friend's apartments in Allston or Brighton.
2. Milwaukee, Wisconsin
1. Fairbanks, Alaska
We can't have an article about cold cities without mentioning Alaska. Fairbanks is impressively cold, with it's lowest temperature reaching -66 degrees F. Imagine having to take the train to work in that temperature... No thank you!
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