Average Temperatures for Large US Cities in February





Average temperatures for the month of February in the largest US cities are listed below in degrees Fahrenheit and Celsius.

The tables give the normals for maximum and minimum temperatures based on weather data collected from 1991 to 2020 by the US National Centers for Environmental Information.

Daytime temperatures during February average above freezing for all the major US cities, except Minneapolis, but nights usually get frosty for many in the north.

The hottest February weather, both day and night, is in southern Florida and Arizona where daily highs average over 70 degrees Fahrenheit (21 degrees Celsius). The days are also warm, with highs averaging 68 degrees Fahrenheit (19 degrees Celsius), in San Antonio, Houston and Los Angeles.

Average February temperatures for US cities.
High °F Low °F City High °C Low °C
58 39 Atlanta, Georgia 15 4
67 46 Austin, Texas 19 8
46 27 Baltimore, Maryland 8 -3
59 38 Birmingham, Alabama 15 4
39 25 Boston, Massachusetts 4 -4
33 20 Buffalo, New York 1 -7
57 35 Charlotte, North Carolina 14 2
37 23 Chicago, Illinois 3 -5
44 26 Cincinnati, Ohio 7 -3
39 24 Cleveland, Ohio 4 -5
41 24 Columbus, Ohio 5 -4
62 42 Dallas, Texas 17 6
48 19 Denver, Colorado 9 -7
35 21 Detroit, Michigan 2 -6
39 21 Hartford, Connecticut 4 -6
68 50 Houston, Texas 20 10
41 24 Indianapolis, Indiana 5 -4
High °F Low °F City High °C Low °C
69 50 Jacksonville, Florida 21 10
44 24 Kansas City, Missouri 6 -5
63 44 Las Vegas, Nevada 17 7
68 50 Los Angeles, California 20 10
48 31 Louisville, Kentucky 9 -1
56 37 Memphis, Tennessee 13 3
78 63 Miami, Florida 26 17
34 20 Milwaukee, Wisconsin 1 -7
29 13 Minneapolis, Minnesota -2 -11
54 33 Nashville, Tennessee 12 1
66 50 New Orleans, Louisiana 19 10
42 30 New York, New York 6 -1
54 31 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 12 -1
74 54 Orlando, Florida 24 12
44 28 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 7 -3
71 49 Phoenix, Arizona 22 9
40 23 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 4 -5
High °F Low °F City High °C Low °C
51 37 Portland, Oregon 10 3
41 24 Providence, Rhode Island 5 -5
56 34 Raleigh, North Carolina 13 1
52 30 Richmond, Virginia 11 -1
68 45 Riverside, California 20 7
35 20 Rochester, New York 2 -7
62 44 Sacramento, California 17 7
45 29 Salt Lake City, Utah 7 -2
68 45 San Antonio, Texas 20 7
66 52 San Diego, California 19 11
60 48 San Francisco, California 16 9
62 44 San Jose, California 17 7
50 38 Seattle, Washington 10 3
46 28 St. Louis, Missouri 8 -2
74 56 Tampa, Florida 23 13
53 35 Virginia Beach, Virginia 12 2
48 32 Washington, DC 9 0
Reference

NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI). Climate Normals.

US City Temperatures
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