2015 the 4th warmest year on record in Greenville, 2nd warmest nationwide

GREENVILLE, N.C. (WNCT) – After a cold start to 2015 for the Eastern U.S., the year finished like a torch, boosting the U.S. 2015 temperature ranking all the way up to #2. During the peak of the cold in February, nationwide record low temperatures outnumbered record highs by nearly 2-to-1. But in December, the staggering heat flipped that ratio big time, with record highs outpacing record lows by an astounding 21-to-1. Overall, that forced the record highs to easily outnumber the record lows 2-to-1 for the year as a whole. Taking a closer look, once February ended, the below-average temperatures…

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