Pittsburgh Weather In February
The hottest February day in Pittsburgh for the past 58 years was 73 degrees Fahrenheit, most recently encountered on February 21, 1997, and the typical high is 39. In the last 58 years the lowest measured February temperature in Pittsburgh was -12 most recently measured on February 6, 1979, and the mean daily low in the month is 22.
United States NWS historical Pittsburgh February Weather data records that on February 1, 1971, the high temperature did not exceed 4 degrees Fahrenheit, the lowest high measured in Pittsburgh in the past 58 years. Weather Service data also shows that on February 24, 2000, the lowest recorded temperature for the day did not drop below 57 degrees, the highest low measured temperature in Pittsburgh in the last 58 years.
NWS data indicates that the daily high temperature in Pittsburgh on February First averages 35 degrees Fahrenheit and the high on the last day of February averages 43 degrees. The average recorded low temperature in Pittsburgh on February First is 20 degrees Fahrenheit and the average low on the last day of February is 26 degrees.
Pittsburgh usually receives an average of 2.37 inches of precipitation during February. February Pittsburgh Weather records show that on February 23, 1975 Pittsburgh received 2.29 inches of rain, the most rain measured in a single day in February. Pittsburgh receives an average of 9.2 inches of snow in February. The highest snowfall on a single day in February was 10.1 inches on February 3, 1961.