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The entire state of Indiana falls into the hot-summer humid continental climate category. This climate classification includes four different seasons as well as moderately high humidity and precipitation.
Precipitation is fairly uniform throughout the year; the annual average is around 40 inches, with the south typically receiving a few inches more than the north. Year-round, temperatures tend to be a few degrees warmer in the south than in the north, due solely to the differing latitudes. - USA Today
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