Warmer 2017 Winter

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Click here for information on why the 2017 winter has been so warm.

As of  February 28, 2017,  Greeley, CO has had 4 record setting warm February  days. Guess what the ratio of US warm records to cold records is this winter then click above to find the answer.

It was the warmest February on record in Raleigh, SC and the second warmest in Fayetteville when looking at our high temps. As a matter of fact, it was one of the warmest Februarys across our state.

 The temperature in Louisville, KY surpassed 78 degrees Friday, February 24, 2017, breaking the previous record for February

Shortly after 1 p.m. Friday, February 24, 2017 the temperature in Buffalo, N.Y., hit 71 degrees, according to the National Weather Service, in the latest sign of the mild, even warm, winter that much of the Eastern U.S. is experiencing.

By midday, Boston had also hit 71 — also a record. Both temperatures equal or set new benchmarks for record highs in the month of February.

The National Weather Service says Green Bay, WI  hit 62 degrees on February 22, 2018, breaking the previous all-time February record of 61 degrees set back on February 26, 2000.

The temperature shatters the previous record for Feb. 22, which was 58 degrees in 1930.

Other WI broken records for Feb. 22:

Appleton – 63 degrees (previous record: 59 degrees in 1930)

Oshkosh – 63 degrees (previous record: 62 degrees in 1930)

Milwaukee – 69 degrees (previous record: 68 degrees in 1999)



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