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Weatherwatch: January/February 2012

January 2012

The “year without winter” gained momentum in January, with the majority of the continental United States reporting above-normal temperatures. Monthly temperatures averaged more than 10°F above normal in parts of the North-Central United States, while near- to slightly below-normal temperatures were confined to southern Florida and the Pacific Northwest.

Weatherwise Contributing Editor BRAD RIPPEY is the U.S. Editor of the Weekly Weather and Crop Bulletin of the Joint Agriculture NOAA Weather Facility.

Weatherwise Contributing Editor JEFFREY B. HALVERSON is an associate professor of geography at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.

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