Swanquarter National Wildlife Refuge
North Carolina, USA
Long-term weather forecast
Long-term weather forecast

February weather forecast and climate
Swanquarter National Wildlife Refuge, NC

Ocean temperature

February is the month with the coldest seawater in Swanquarter National Wildlife Refuge, North Carolina, with an average ocean temperature of 59.9°F (15.5°C).
Note: Swimming in 59.9°F (15.5°C) is not enjoyable for the majority. Controlling breathing becomes progressively more difficult as surface water temperature decreases below 69.8°F (21°C).

Daylight

In February, the average length of the day is 10.9h.

What is the month with the coldest ocean in Swanquarter National Wildlife Refuge?

February is the month with the coldest seawater in Swanquarter National Wildlife Refuge, North Carolina, with an average ocean temperature of 59.9°F (15.5°C).

What is the ocean temperature in February in Swanquarter National Wildlife Refuge?

In Swanquarter National Wildlife Refuge, North Carolina, in February, the average water temperature is 59.9°F (15.5°C). For swimming, a surface water temperature of 59.9°F (15.5°C) is not enjoyable for the majority. It is not considered safe, as controlling breathing becomes progressively more difficult as water temperature decreases below 69.8°F (21°C).

How many hours of daylight does Swanquarter National Wildlife Refuge have in February?

In Swanquarter National Wildlife Refuge, North Carolina, the average length of the day in February is 10.9h.
Average sea temperature in February - Swanquarter National Wildlife Refuge, NC
  • Average sea temperature in February: 60°F

The best month for swimming (with the highest average sea temperature) is August (82.9°F).
The coldest month (with the lowest average sea temperature) is February (60°F).

Average daylight in February - Swanquarter National Wildlife Refuge, NC
  • Average daylight in February: 10.9h

The month with the longest days is June (Average daylight: 14.5h).
The month with shortest days is December (Average daylight: 9.8h).