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USA - Coldest winter in 25 years
 

18th coldest in 115 years
 

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12 Mar 10 - The United States just experienced its coldest winter in 25 years, since 1984-1985, according to the National Climatic Data Center, and the 18th coldest winter in the contiguous U.S. over the past 115 years. It was also the 19th wettest.

Texas and Louisiana had their 5th coldest winters on record, while Mississippi, Georgia, Alabama, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Florida, and South Carolina wound up in the top-ten coldest winter category. The only state much above average was Maine.

Florida had its 4th coldest February on record, while seven states - Louisiana, Texas, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Georgia, and South Carolina.-  had February temperatures between 5th and 8th coldest on record.

Meanwhile, according to Environment Canada, Canada had its warmest and driest winter on record.

http://www.wunderground.com/blog/JeffMasters/comment.html?entrynum=1447
Thanks to Benjamin Napier for this link

 



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