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Flooding Threats in the West and the Southeast

The active monsoon season will continue the rest of the week for portions of the Southwest into the Great Basin and Rockies. A stalling front and Gulf moisture will produce slow-moving storms capable of producing heavy rain and flash flooding along the Gulf Coast. Localized areas of critical fire weather conditions are possible in the Pacific Northwest into the Northern Plains Thursday. Read More >

Climate/Almanac Data     -      Jan Normals     -     Jan Records
 
JANUARY
 

 Site (Click site name for report)

Avg
Temp
Norm
1991-2020
Dept
From
Norm
Precip
Total
Norm
1991-2020
Dept
From
Norm
Snow
Total
Norm
1991-2020
Dept
From
Norm
  Burlington 18.2° 24.3° -6.1° 0.96" 1.45" -0.49" NA NA NA
  Cedar Rapids 13.0° 19.6° -6.6° 0.62" 0.95" -0.33" NA NA NA
  Davenport 17.1° 21.9° -4.8° 0.47" 1.14" -0.67" 10.7" NA NA
  Dubuque 13.1° 18.8° -5.7° 0.50" 1.32" -0.82" 9.5" 10.7" -1.2"
  Iowa City 16.5° 22.8° -6.3° 0.42" 1.04" -0.62" NA NA NA
  Moline 18.2° 23.3° -5.1° 0.61" 1.66" -1.05" 10.0" 10.8" -0.8"
The ranking is listed in parentheses (__) when within the "Top 10".
 
  • January 2022 was about 5 to 6.5 degrees below normal.
  • Precipitation totals for January 2022 were about 0.5" to 1" below normal.
  • Snowfall totals for January 2022 were about 1 inch below normal.
Please see Jan Records for monthly record information.
 
 
The climate maps below are courtesy of the Midwest Regional Climate Center.
These maps become available around 10am on the first of the month.
           
Average
Temperature
Average
Temperature
Departure from Mean
Accumulated
Precipitation
Accumulated
Precipitation
Percent of Mean
Accumulated
Snowfall
Accumulated
Snowfall
Percent of Mean
NA NA NA NA NA NA
 
 
A LOOK AHEAD
 
For more information on the Climate Outlooks, see the CPC.
 
February
Temperature Outlook
February
Precipitation Outlook
February - April
Temperature Outlook
February - April
Precipitation Outlook
NA NA NA NA