10 Cities Where February Could Rank as a Top 10 Coldest

By Chris Dolce
Published: March 1, 2014

Where February Could Rank as Top 10 Coldest

With the month closing out on a shivering note, several cities in the Midwest clinched a top 10 coldest February.

10 coldest Februaries in Chicago.

On the following pages, we have a look at the final rankings for 10 cities, indicating where February 2014 ranked among the coldest Februaries on record.

Chicago

NEXT: Green Bay, Wis.


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