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California has warmest winter ever (or at least since 1895)
California has warmest winter ever (or at least since 1895)

While the East looks like a scene from Disney's "Frozen," California is in the midst of its warmest winter for at least 120 years. The average temperature was 47.8, 5.1 degrees warmer than the 20th century average temperature of 42.7 from December to January, according to the National Climatic Data Center. If you like your winters cold -- though maybe not quite so cold that you have to dig out from under snow -- then California’s winter has been disappointing. Hot and cold winter: L.A., N.Y. get extreme The two-month period of December and January was only the 120th coolest going back to 1895, when officials began keep records. The coldest period was 1949,...

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