February weather forecast and climate
Connecticut, USA

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Weather in February

February is the driest month of the year in Connecticut as the cold holds the state in its sway. The precipitation drops in the range of 2" (51mm) to 3" (76mm), but the skies remain gloomy in the winter.
The average temperatures statewide are in the 15°F (-9.4°C) to 42°F (5.6°C) zone with Bridgeport and New Haven registering between 25°F (-3.9°C) to 41°F (5°C). The nights are bitterly cold and routinely drop below 0°F (-17.8°C) in the interior regions. Stamford, in the coastal area of the southwest panhandle, receives 9" (229mm) of snow, one of the highest amounts along the coast. Wind chill often adds to the cold as it becomes challenging to stay outdoors in the freezing atmosphere.
Snowstorms are frequent, as sidewalks, roads, driveways, and vehicles need time to be serviceable after a hefty deposit of snow. The unpredictable weather can throw a few sunny days in the mix when people are confident that the cold will remain at its peak. Keep an eye on the weather for storms in February in Connecticut.
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