Another month has come and gone.
February 2015 at Jacksonville will go down in the history books as cooler than average.
Here are the stats from the National Weather Service and the Southeast Regional Climate Center:
Average High: 62.7º (-5.5º) — Highest: 79º (22nd)
Average Low: 40.0º (-4.7º) — Lowest: 24º (20th)
Average temperature: 51.4º (-5.0º)
Notes: 6 days with 32º or below.
Total: 3.32″ (+0.13″) — Greatest 24-hour- 1.29″: (4th/5th)
Year: 5.26″ (-1.25″)
Notes: We also had a meteor sighting across northeast Florida.
LOOKING AHEAD TO MARCH:
Average high (1st): 71º >> (31st): 76º
Average low (1st): 47º >> (31st): 52º
Average precipitation: 3.95″
Sunrise: (1st) 6:53 a.m. EST >> (31st): 7:17 a.m. EDT (Daylight Savings Time starts on the 8th at 2:00 a.m.)
Sunset: (1st) 6:25 p.m. EST >> (31st): 7:45 p.m. EDT
>>Daylight time- (1st) 11:32:17 >> (31st) 12:27:24 — (+ ~56 mins)
Spring Equinox (Vernal) occurs on March 20th at 6:45 p.m. However, Jacksonville will see nearly “equal day and night” on the 16th with 11:59:45 of daylight.