February weather forecast
Vermont, USA

Flag of Vermont, USA
Flag of Vermont, USA

Weather in February

February is cold and icy in Vermont as the state experiences an average of 15" (381mm) to 18" (457mm) of snowfall. Bitterly cold nights see average temperatures in the 5°F (-15°C) to 15°F (-9.4°C), while the days have mostly freezing temperatures. The presence of wind makes the conditions feel chillier than the actual temperatures. Sunshine is not at its strongest, and the February sun finds it hard to break the cloud cover.
Rain averages 2" (51mm) to 3" (76mm) and resembles more of ice than water drops.
Rutland, along state highway 4 in Southern Vermont has average temperatures in the 9°F (-12.8°C) to 32°F (0°C), while Burlington in Northern Vermont averages between 13°F (-10.6°C) to 31°F (-0.6°C). Lake Champlain, one of the largest freshwater lakes in the United States, is stiffly frozen, and the rivers have a majority of ice covering. The Appalachian Trail and most of the other mountain trails remain closed in February.
Ski-season draws a few visitors, and few resorts remain open to cater to the sports enthusiasts.


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