Additional Climate Data

 Records      -      Normals/Averages 

Current Month Observations
Burlington Cedar Rapids Davenport Dubuque Iowa City Moline
Daily highs, lows, precipitation, degree days, winds, snow, & snow depth with running totals for the month.  Click here to learn How to Read the Tables.  Five years of archived data are available on our Main Climate Page. Just select the second Product>> option: "Preliminary Monthly Climate Data (CF6)".
Climate Reports
Daily Monthly Seasonal Annual
Cedar Rapids
Iowa City   

Daily, Monthly, Seasonal* and Annual Climate Reports contain weather statistics regarding temperature, precipitation, degree days, wind & sky cover.  Normal values and departures from normal are also included.  Moline and Dubuque data are available since Aug. 1996/Autumn 1996.  Burlington, Cedar Rapids, Davenport, and Iowa City data are available since Apr. 2008/Summer 2008.

* = Meteorological "seasons" are defined as: Winter=DEC-FEB, Spring=MAR-MAY, Summer=JUN-AUG, and Autumn=SEP-NOV.
Each link above contains:
  • Daily and Monthly Highs and Lows for Burlington, Cedar Rapids, Dubuque, and Moline
  • Daily Record Precipitation as well as Daily Record Cold Highs and Warm Lows for Dubuque and Moline
  • Monthly "Top 10 Lists" for Dubuque and Moline

Recent (last 6 months) records are available on our Main Climate Page.  Select "Record Event Report (RER)".

Regional Max/Min Temp & Precipitation Table - Local high and low temperature and precipitation information from airports in Eastern IA, Northwestern IL & Northeastern MO as well as  Cooperative Weather Observer Stations 


CoCoRaHS Precipitation Summary - Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network observations


  • Climate Data Graphs  - A yearly and month-to-month graphical look at normals and records relative to the actual temperature and precipitation information updated daily
  • Daily Climate Maps  - Calendar day high temperatures for the previous day, 12-hr low temperatures ending at 6 am LST (may not be the actual low temperature for the day), 24-hr precipitation and snowfall ending between 5-9 am LST, & Daybreak (5-9am LST) snow depths.  The maps are derived from the summaries above.

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