National Climate Report - February 2015
Record and Near-Record February Statewide Temperatures

« National Climate Report - February 2015


Record and Near-Record February Statewide Temperatures



February 2015 Statewide Temperature Ranks Map

Record Warm* States


State Feb 2015 Temp Rank Monthly Temperature (°F) Departure from 20th Century Average (°F) Previous Record Warm Feb (Temperature)
Arizona Record Warm 52.0 +7.3 1957 (50.9)
California Record Warm 53.3 +8.0 1963 (52.0)
Utah Record Warm 39.4 +9.1 1995 (39.3)
Washington Record Warm 40.7 +7.6 1958 (40.5)

*There were no record cold states during February 2015

Near Record Warm States


State Feb 2015 Temp Rank Monthly Temperature (°F) Departure from 20th Century Average (°F) Record Warm Feb (Temperature)
Idaho 2nd Warmest 35.4 +9.0 1934 (35.5)
Nevada 2nd Warmest 42.8 +8.7 1995 (42.9)
Oregon 3rd Warmest 41.6 +7.5 1991, 1963 (41.7)

Near Record Cold States


State Feb 2015 Temp Rank Monthly Temperature (°F) Departure from 20th Century Average (°F) Record Cold Feb (Temperature)
Connecticut 2nd Coldest 15.5 -10.8 1934 (13.3)
Indiana 5th Coldest 19.3 -10.1 1978 (15.3)
Kentucky 5th Coldest 26.7 -9.8 1978 (23.3)
Maine 2nd Coldest 5.0 -10.0 1934 (4.0)
Massachusetts 2nd Coldest 14.4 -10.6 1934 (12.8)
Michigan 3rd Coldest 8.3 -10.8 1904 (5.9)
New Hampshire 2nd Coldest 8.1 -10.4 1934 (6.6)
New York 2nd Coldest 9.3 -11.4 1934 (7.7)
Ohio 2nd Coldest 17.5 -11.5 1978 (15.6)
Pennsylvania 2nd Coldest 16.3 -10.2 1934 (15.2)
Rhode Island 2nd Coldest 17.1 -10.7 1934 (15.2)
Vermont 2nd Coldest 5.3 -11.2 1934 (3.4)
West Virginia 4th Coldest 23.1 -9.6 1978 (20.9)