February 1958 recorded 64.8".
The highest was 36.9" in February 2010, followed by 36.0" in January 2011.
December - February
The first snowfall of the season is usually recorded in October, although significant snowfall usually does not occur until mid-to-late November. However, snow has been recorded in every month of the year in the mountains.
There was 21.2cm of snowfall in Edmonton for the month of February in 2012 (as measured at the Edmonton International Airport).
NO- snowfall comes in Late Dec. to Last week of February.
The only month in recorded history to not have a full moon occurred in February 1865.
Feb averages more snowfall than any other month in NC, though it doesn't snow every February.
Obviously this varies greatly across the state. The related link breaks down average snowfall by month for Portland and Caribou.
Snowfall is a routine weather event with an annual average snowfall of 0.7 inches per year, which usually comes as a light dusting that is gone within hours. The most snowfall in a single year was 7.2 inches in 1987 and the most snowfall recorded in a single month was 6.0 inches during January of 1898 and in March of 1922. By comparison Denver gets 61.0 inches of snowfall every year.
The average rainfall in Russia is about 48 inches per month. The month with the highest rainfall is July and the month with the least is February.
February as rotation is calculated at 28.3 days.
February is a month, so it is in February.
According to the Wikipedia page for New York City, February is the snowiest month, with an average snowfall of 8.4 inches (21.3 centimeters), but January is a pretty close second, with an average snowfall of 7.5 inches (19.1 centimeters).
Since official record keeping began in 1950 there have been no recorded tornadoes in Wisconsin in the month of February. This should be taken with a grain of salt however, as Winsconsin could easily have had in February before 1950, or could have had a weak tornado that was never recorded.
The highest temperature recorded in Mississippi during August is 111 degrees Fahrenheit. This record high was recorded on August 4, 1998 at Greenwood, Mississippi.
6.1" Source: NCDC
February is the only month that can miss a moon phase.One complete cycle of lunar phases runs 29 days and a fraction.Any month longer than that must have every phase in it.The only month shorter than that is February.
The highest number of tornadoes recorded in one month in the U.S. is 758. This record was set in April of 2011, shattering the previous record of 542 set in May of 2003.
Alaska is a huge state with large variations in terrain, so snowfall varies a lot. Snowfall is least in extreme SE Alaska and also on the North Slope where it is too cold for much snow to fall. Snowfall here averages about 25-30 inches annually. Anchorage gets 70.6 inches of snowfall in an average year, and Juneau averages nearly 100 inches. But some of the highest totals occur along the south coast where precipitation is nearly constant in the winter. e.g. Valdez: Average annual snowfall = 325.6 inches Record snowfall = 560.7 inches (1989/90) Thompson Pass (not far north of Valdez) holds the record for the state of Alaska. Record snowfall in Thompson Pass = 974.5 inches Thompson Pass' record in 1 month is 297.9 inches February 1953
Bridgeport lies within the transition zone of the Humid Subtropical and Humid Continental climates. Summers are very warm and humid, with highs in the low eighties and lows in the mid sixties. Winters are cold and snowy, with highs in the upper thirties and lows in the low twenties. Rain is abundant in every month. The driest month is February with 2.8 inches of rain on average. The wettest month is April with 4.1 inches of rain on average. Snowfall is most abundant in January, with snowfall totals averaging 9.8 inches. Bridgeport's highest temperature is 103 and the lowest is -7.