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Poplar Bluff has a humid subtropical climate (Cfa).

Winters are cool with occasional snowfalls while summers are hot and humid.

Rain is abundant year round, but especially in spring and fall.

The coldest month is January with a mean of 34.7 and the hottest month, July, has a mean of 80.1. In the winter, 10 days and fail to exceed freezing while 83 lows dip below freezing on average.

Poplar Bluff takes its name from a bluff that overlooks Black River.

The surrounding area is commonly known as the "Three Rivers" with many local organizations and businesses using the name.

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The three rivers—Current River, Black River, and St.