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Setting Your Thermostat for the Coldest Months of the Year
Setting Your Thermostat for the Coldest Months of the Year

Did you know that January and February are the coldest months of the year in West Virginia? Our average low temperatures hover from 13 to 24 degrees Fahrenheit in January, and we’re often hit with snow, rain, and cloudy skies for most of the winter. February isn’t much ...

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