Climate Reports: November & Fall 2013

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November 2013 Climate Reports

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Average
Temperature
Depature
From Normal
Precipitation
Total
Departure
From Normal
  Burlington 37.7°  -4.7° 1.14" -1.36"
  Cedar Rapids 34.1° -3.0° 2.58" 0.47"
  Davenport 35.6° -3.2° 1.70" -0.75"
  Dubuque 32.5° -4.2° 1.93" -0.42"
  Iowa City
35.5° -3.5° 1.02" -1.33"
  Moline 36.5° -3.1° 1.22" -1.34"
 
  • November 2013 was much below average with temperatures 3 to 5 degrees below their monthly averages.
  • Precipitation totals for November 2013 were much below normal withe exception of Cedar Rapids which was slightly above normal.
 
The climate maps below are courtesy of the Midwest Regional Climate Center.
Average
Temperature
Average Temperature
Departure from Mean
Accumulated
Precipitation
Accumulated Precipitation
Percent of Mean
 
 Fall 2013 Climate Data

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Average
Temperature
Depature
From Normal
Precipitation
Total
Departure
From Normal
  Burlington 53.6°  -1.5° 5.33" -3.81"
  Cedar Rapids 50.7° 0.5° 7.73" -0.16"
  Davenport 51.3° 0.0° 5.38" -3.10"
  Dubuque 48.7° -0.9° 6.12" -2.35"
  Iowa City
52.0° 0.3° 6.16" -2.45"
  Moline 52.1° -0.8° 5.41" -3.21"
 
  •  Fall 2013 saw temperatures that were below normal at Burlington, Dubuque and Moline while Cedar Rapids, Davenport and Iowa City were near to slightly above normal.
  •  Fall 2013 had precipitation that was much below normal.

 

 The climate maps below are courtesy of the Midwest Regional Climate Center

Average
Temperature
Average Temperature
Departure from Mean
Accumulated
Precipitation
Accumulated Precipitation
Percent of Mean



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