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Avg weather in February
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    55 mmper month
    77 %avg
    9 Mphavg

    Boston weather February

    What's the weather like in Boston in February?

    Boston is a coastal city with a continental climate, located in the north east of the USA in the state of Massachusetts. There’s consistent rain all year round, and although the weather gets very warm in summer, it’s bitterly cold over winter. In February, things are slowly starting to warm up after the coldest time of year, but the temperature still hovers around freezing. Make sure you come prepared with lots of warm layers if you visit Boston this month.


    In February, the average temperature in Boston in 0ºC, reaching highs of 4ºC in the warmest part of the day. With lows of -4ºC, you’ll need your thickest winter coat, as well as a hat, scarf and gloves to keep warm when you’re exploring the city. A waterproof jacket or umbrella is also a good idea, as Boston expects around 90mm of rain during February. If you plan to go in the sea at this time of year, the North Atlantic waters measure a cold 4ºC so you’ll need some protective clothing like a drysuit.

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