NOAA: Winter 2018-19 wettest on record

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This winter we’ve had snow and also some rain here in western Massachusetts.

According to NOAA, this winter was the wettest on record.

From December 2018 through February 2019, the total U.S. winter precipitation was 9.01 inches that was 2.22 inches above average. That made it the wettest winter on record beating the winter of 1997-1998.

February 2019 was the second wettest February on record. The average precipitation was 3.22 inches which was 1.09 inches above average.

Overall February was also cooler than average across the United States but we did have above average temperatures here in New England.

After some cold weather over the last few days, it looks like things will finally start to warm up as we head towards the weekend.
 

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