TWC: February Temperature Outlook: Colder Farther East, Warmth Continues in the South

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February 2017 will likely feature a shift in the temperature pattern compared to what we have experienced so far this winter, according to an outlook released Sunday by The Weather Company, an IBM Business. (TWC Image)

(TWC) – February 2017 will likely feature a shift in the temperature pattern compared to what we have experienced so far this winter, according to an outlook released Sunday by The Weather Company, an IBM Business.

Colder-than-average temperatures are currently anticipated from portions of the northern Plains into the eastern Great Lakes, while areas from southern California into parts of the South, including much of Florida, will see warmer-than-average conditions.

“The pattern that has been prevalent this winter will likely continue into February, but with the focus of the northern cold farther east and the focus of the southern warmth farther west than what we’ve observed over the last couple of months,” said Dr. Todd Crawford, chief meteorologist with The Weather Company.

The overall trend that we have seen this winter of colder northern tier, warmer southern tier is expected to persist through February.

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