The month of November brought a big change in Augusta's weather from the previous months, at least in terms of temperature.
It's hot, and if you're in a place like Augusta, you hear the term "dog days of summer" every year about this time.
Forecasters use the terms "isolated" and "scattered" all the time to describe the coverage and chance of rain showers or thunderstorms in our forecast area.
February has never been so warm in Augusta as it was this year, at least not since records have been kept.
The meteorological winter of 2017-18 has come to an end and temperatures were warmer than normal for the season as a whole in Augusta.