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Feb 2021 Precip Summary

Very Wet, Fairly Cold, but Rarely Snow This February

The jet stream pattern in February brought plenty of precipitation and some colder air into North Carolina, but that did not materialize into much snow across the state. A Soaked...

A Warm February Split by Mid-Month Snow

Our warm winter continued in February with generally above-normal temperatures, although we did see cold and snow during the month. It was a wet month...

Few Signs of Winter in a Warm, Wet February

Our recent trend of warm Februarys continued last month with above-normal temperatures across the state. The western part of the state also saw record-breaking wet...

Winter Wanes Early in a Near-Record Warm February

This month’s climate summary highlights the warm weather and diminishing drought during February, plus the CoCoRaHS March Madness contest that’s now underway. Spring-Like Weather Arrives...

Spring Springs Early in a Warm, Dry February

Distinctly un-winter-like weather settled in last month, leading to near-record warm and dry conditions. A Warm Weather Pattern Persists The cold temperatures from earlier in...

An Active February Features Wet Weather, Storms

From the coldest temperatures of the winter to widespread severe weather, February had a bit of everything. Temperatures Swing from Shivery to Spring-like The average...

Fe-BRRRR-uary Was Cold and Wintry in NC

February may be the shortest month, but we packed in plenty of cold weather and frozen precipitation during the past 28 days. Coldest February in...

Snowy Weather but Typical Temperatures for February

Monthly statistics for February 2014:Statewide Average Precipitation: 3.27 inches (42nd driest since 1895)Statewide Average Temperature: 42.12°F (60th warmest / 61st coldest since 1895)* Values generated from preliminary...

Near-Normal Precipitation and Temperatures in February

The statewide statistics below highlight a somewhat “normal” February in terms of precipitation. The majority of the state received anywhere from 2 to 5 inches...