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Default February 2017 National Weather Summary

NATIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY

FEBRUARY 2017

1-4: A new Pacific system advanced towards the Coast and spread precipitation into the West. Precipitation was light. A weal system moving across the lower Mid-Atlantic caused light precipitation. A cold front moving across the lakes caused lake effect snow. Temperatures were in the 50s and 60s in the South and single digits to the 30s across the north. The coldest temperatures were across the northern Rockies into the upper Mississippi Valley. Temperatures ranged from 91F at Cotulla, TX to -25F at Estcourt Station, ME.

High pressure kept the east-central states mostly fair and dry on Friday. Scattered snow showers fell across the Great Lakes into the Northeast. A system approaching the West caused rain and snow. Temperatures were in the 20s and 30s in the Northeast, 60s and 70s in the South. Teens to the 30s in the Plains and 50s and 60s along the West Coast.
Temperatures ranged from a high of 88F at McAllen, TX to 36F at Lamar Ranger Station, WY.

5-11: A weather system in the West caused heavy precipitation across to the West Coast. Light snow fell across New England. Temperatures were in the single digits across the northern Rockies and Plains. Temperatures were in the 50s to the 70s from the Southwest into the Southeast. Temperatures ranged from 88F at Alice, TX to -11F at Mount Washington, NH.

A weather system in the West on Wednesday and brought precipitation to the region. Amounts ranged from two hundreds of an inch to .87 of an inch. High pressure caused fair and cold conditions to the Plains. Temperatures were in the single digits across the northern Plains and 30s to the south. The East was unsettled with rain and storms to the south and snow to the south.. The heaviest precipitation fell across the South with amounts from fourteen hundreds of an inch to almost 2 inches. Temperatures ranged from -29F at Hallock, MN to 96F at Cotulla, TX.

A deep surface low caused heavy snow across the Mid-Atlantic and the Northeast on Thursday with near or blizzard conditions. In addition to the heavy snow, the rapidly deepening surface low was causing Strong winds across much of the eastern Mid-Atlantic and the Northeast regions, with gusts in excess of 30 miles per hour, especially along the coast. Rain fell along the West Coast into the Intermountain West. High pressure kept the Plains into the Midwest fair, dry and cold. Temperatures ranged from -24F at Hallock, MN to 96F at Cotulla, TX.

A warm front lifting north caused light snow across the Northeast and the Mid-Atlantic caused light snow. A system moving into the West caused heavy precipitation along parts of the West Coast. Temperatures warmest across most of the nations. Temperatures were in the 30s and 40s across the West with a few 20s in colder spots. Temperatures were cold in the Northeast and the Mid-Atlantic with single digits to the north to 30s south. Temperatures were in the 50s to the 70s in the Plains.Temperatures ranged from -23F at Mount Washington, NH to 94F at Rio Grande Village, TX.

12-18: An intense low off the Northeast Coast caused heavy snow in the Northeast. Heavy snow fell across New York State and New England on Monday, closing schools and government offices, snarling roads and canceling flights. The storm brought blizzard conditions across eastern Maine, with strong winds, heavy snow and visibility reduced to one-eighth of a mile in some areas. The Maine Department of Transportation was forced to pull its plows off the roads in portions of the state early Monday afternoon. High pressure kept the West and the East dry. A weak disturbance in the East caused some light snow. Temperatures were in the 50s along the West Coast and 30s and 40s in the Intermountain West. Temperatures ranged from -9F at Big Piney, WY to 91F at Hebbronville, TX.

A weather system moving into the West caused heavy precipitation on Friday. Reports of mudslides and power outages were widespread along the California coast, where inches of rain were expected to cause major travel problems. High pressure over the Rockies caused fair and dry but milder conditions with temperatures in the 30s and 40s. High pressure across the Northeast caused fair, dry and cold temperatures with temperatures in the 20s. Temperatures were in the 70s and 80s across the South. Rain and storms occurred across the Gulf Coast. Temperatures ranged from -4F at Mount Washington, NH to 89F at McAllen, TX.

19-28: An intense low off the Northeast Coast caused heavy snow in the Northeast. Heavy snow fell across New York State and New England on Monday, closing schools and government offices, snarling roads and canceling flights. The storm brought blizzard conditions across eastern Maine, with strong winds, heavy snow and visibility reduced to one-eighth of a mile in some areas. An upper low and surface low pressure caused rain and storms along the gulf coast. A frontal boundary brought rain to the upper Mississippi Valley. High pressure brought cooler air to the Northeast and the Mid-Atlantic. Temperatures ranged from, the 30s to 50s across the area. Elsewhere, temperatures were in eth 60s and 70s across the Plains to the Southeast and the 40s in the northern areas of eth West Coast to the 60s south. Temperatures ranged from 93F at McAllen, TX to 5F at Mount Washington, NH.

An upper low and surface low brought rain and storms to area of the Gulf Coast on Wednesday. Rainfall amounts were heavy across parts of Alabama and Florida. Amounts ranged from 1.00 inch to a little over an inch and a quarter. Precipitation also fell along parts of eth West Coast. Amounts ranged from a.50 of an inch to almost an inch and a quarter in Oregon. High pressure sliding off the East Coast caused fair and dry conditions.
Colder air moved into the Rockies and the Plains. Some areas were more than 10F colder than yesterday. Temperatures ranged from 6F at Stanley, ID to 98F at McAllen, TX.

High pressure covered the Rockies with temperatures in the 30s and 20s. High pressure off the East Coast caused fair, dry and unseasonably mild temperatures with highs in the 70s to the low 80s on Friday. Low pressure over the Great Lakes and its trailing cold front caused rain and storms. The heaviest amounts fell around the lakes. Snow fell on the back side of the system. Temperatures ranged from 95F at McAllen, TX to -4F at Aspen Springs, CO..

Rain fell across portions of eth Southwest on Monday Rainfall amounts ranged between 1 and 2 inches. A stationary front across the Southeast caused rain and storms. Light precipitation fell in parts of the East. Temperatures were in eth 70s and 80s across the South. Twenties and 30s were reported in the Rockies. Temperatures ranged from -12F at Wakefield, MI to -12F at Wakefield, MI.


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