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Heat and Monsoonal Conditions This Week

Dangerous heat will build across portions of the West through this week where new daily record highs are forecast. Monsoonal showers and thunderstorms may result in flash flooding and debris flows for portions of Southwest into the Four Corners and central Rockies through at least the midweek. Stationary frontal boundary across the South and Southeast will focus showers and thunderstorms. Read More >

Overview

Jan. 25-26 2021 - 

A winter storm brought widespread snowfall amounts of 3 to 8 inches to much of eastern Iowa, northwest Illinois and far northeast Missouri from the afternoon of January 25th into the afternoon of January 26th. The heaviest snow amounts were recorded in central Iowa, where values were reported around 10 to 14 inches.  In addition, a light ice glaze was also seen in parts of extreme southeast Iowa, northeast Missouri, and west central Illinois.

 

Official National Weather Service Observations

Amounts as of NOON
Moline, IL 6.1"
Davenport, IA 7.0"
Dubuque, IA 7.5"


Cedar Rapids, Iowa City and Burlington do not measure snow as part of their climate records. Please see the Snowfall Amounts and Storm Reports sections for reported snow amounts in these locations.

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