February/Winter Climate Reports

February 2013 (click on links for individual climate reports)

Burlington

Cedar Rapids

Davenport

Dubuque

Iowa City

Moline


> February 2013 saw near to slightly below normal temperatures and above normal precipitation.  
 
  Average
Temperature
Depature
From Normal
Precipitation
Total
Departure
From Normal
Burlington 28.7° -1.4° 1.87" +0.25"
Cedar Rapids 24.8° 0.4° 1.01" -0.21"
Davenport 25.8° -0.3° 1.82" +0.48"
Dubuque 21.8° -1.9° 1.70" +0.26"
Iowa City 26.3° 0.0° 1.31" +0.07"
Moline 27.0° 0.0° 2.54" +0.94"
 
The maps below are courtesy of the Midwest Regional Climate Center.
They become available around midday on the first of each month.
Average
Temperature
Average
Temperature
Departure from Mean
Accumulated
Precipitation
Accumulated
Precipitation
Percent of Mean
 
 
Winter 2012-2013 (click on links for seasonal reports)
Burlington Cedar Rapids Davenport Dubuque Iowa City Moline


> The 2012-2013 Winter Season (Dec-Feb) was characterized by 1.5 - 3.0 degrees warmer than normal and above normal precipitation.  Several storms brought much needed rain/snow to the region.

 
  Average
Temperature
Depature
From Normal
Precipitation
Total
Departure
From Normal
Burlington 29.9° +1.6° 6.50" +1.55"
Cedar Rapids 25.6° +3.2° 4.06" +0.50"
Davenport 27.3° +3.2° 6.27" +2.01"
Dubuque 23.6° +1.9° 5.79" +1.34"
Iowa City 27.5° +3.0° 3.74" +0.06"
Moline 28.2° +2.8° 8.07" +2.80"
 
The maps below are courtesy of the Midwest Regional Climate Center.
They become available around midday on the first of the month.
Average
Temperature
Average
Temperature
Departure from Mean
Accumulated
Precipitation
Accumulated
Precipitation
Percent of Mean
 
 

 

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