This just in. It can get very cold in Missouri, but what are the coldest towns in the state? New data shows on average where you'll find the most frigid places. Grab your scarf.

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I was born and raised in Missouri and can testify that my home state is a place of extremes. It can get burning and steamy hot in the summer and freezes your extremities off in the winter. I went to the database at USA.com and asked it to compute the lowest average temps for each Missouri town. Here's the top 10 of the most bone-chilling Missouri places. Note: this is the average of all the temps within a year both hot and cold. Let's count them down.

Martinsville, Missouri
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Pollock, Missouri
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Unionville, Missouri
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Ravanna, Missouri
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Newton, Missouri
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Lucerne, Missouri
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Powersville, Missouri
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Green Castle, Missouri
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Greencastle
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South Lineville, Missouri
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South Lineville, Missouri being the coldest average town in the state makes total sense as it sits right on the Iowa border. In fact, the northern part of that town is basically Iowa. Enjoy the corn.

Other Missouri cities of note on the USA coldness ranking: Canton and La Grange, Missouri come in at #186 and #187 respectively with average temps of 52.46 and 52.47 respectively. Palmyra is at #217 with an average temp just above 53 degrees Fahrenheit and Hannibal is at #232 with an average temp of 53.27.

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