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It’s no secret that the 2014-15 winter has been unbearably cold in many parts of the United States.

Record-breaking colds are hitting Chicago, while the New England area has been slammed with snowstorm after snowstorm for most of the winter.

But some of these instances are one-offs. There are cities that are constantly cold year in and year out. So if you think you have it bad, think again.

List25.com compiled a list of major U.S. cities — that is cities with a population of at least 50,000 people — that average the coldest winters.

Find the top five coldest cities in our slideshow above, but check out the entire list on List25.com to see if your city made the cut … and if you didn’t make the list of coldest cities, be grateful for the warmer temperatures you get!

For more information on how to stay warm this winter, be sure to check out these other stories on RealWorldSurvivor.com:

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