August and Summer Climate Reports

August 2012 Climate Reports

Burlington

Cedar Rapids

Davenport

Dubuque

Iowa City

Moline

August 2012 was slightly cooler than normal across eastern Iowa and northwest Illinois
with near normal precipitation at Cedar Rapids and Dubuque and below normal precipitation
at Moline and Burlington.

August Climate Info Quick Glance
Site Precipitation Normal Precipitation Precip Departure Avg Temperature Normal Temperature Temperature Departure
Burlington 2.14" 4.27" -2.13" 72.8 degrees 75.1 degrees -2.3 degrees
Cedar Rapids 4.22" 4.48" -0.26" 70.0 degrees 71.0 degrees -1.0 degrees
Davenport 5.70" 4.62" 1.08" 70.8 degrees 71.2 degrees -0.4 degrees
Dubuque 4.01" 4.40" -0.39" 69.7 degrees 70.0 degrees -0.3 degrees
Iowa City 4.00" 4.50" -0.50" 72.4 degrees 72.7 degrees -0.3 degrees
Moline 2.91" 4.52" -1.61" 72.4 degrees 73.5 degrees -1.1 degrees

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 Images Courtesy of the Midwest Regional Climate Center

 

Summer 2012 Climate Reports

Burlington

Cedar Rapids

Davenport

Dubuque

Iowa City

Moline

 

The summer of 2012 was warmer than normal across the mid Mississippi Valley.
The summer of 2012 was the 5th driest on record at Moline and the 8th driest at Dubuque.

Meteorological Summer Info Quick Glance
Site Precipitation Normal Precipitation Precip Departure Avg Temperature Normal Temperature Temperature Departure
Burlington 5.28" 12.99" -7.71" 75.6 degrees 75.1 degrees 0.5 degrees
Cedar Rapids 6.60" 13.86" -7.26" 73.7 degrees 71.2 degrees 2.5 degrees
Davenport 8.34" 13.01" -4.67" 74.0 degrees 71.6 degrees 2.4 degrees
Dubuque 5.89" 13.11" -7.22" 72.7 degrees 70.1 degrees 2.6 degrees
Iowa City 5.99" 14.06" -8.07" 75.9 degrees 73.0 degrees 2.9 degrees
Moline 4.88" 13.30" -8.42" 75.0 degrees 73.5 degrees 1.5 degrees

 

 Images Courtesy of the Midwest Regional Climate Center

 

 



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