In the contiguous 48 United States, the average winter temperature was 33.2 degrees, which was 0.2 degrees above the 20Twentieth century average – yet still ranks as the coolest since 2001. Winter temperatures were warmer than average from Texas to the Southeast and along the East Coast, while colder-than-average temperatures stretched from much of the upper Midwest to the West Coast. The winter related energy demand was below normal because warmer-than-normal temperatures occurred in the more heavily populated areas of the country.
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