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Snowy season continues

The fifth accumulating snowfall of the season in eastern Iowa happened Wednesday. Amounts were light, but only added to the already very snowy season. (Snow season runs from July 1 through June 30). At the bottom of this story, there is an update to the seasonal snowfall for Waterloo, Dubuque, Cedar Rapids and Iowa City.

Here is a list of snowfall totals from across the area Wednesday (11/13).

Town Amount
Waterloo 0.6
Dubuque Trace
Cedar Rapids 0.3
Iowa City Trace
Anamosa 3SSW, IA 0.6
BELLE PLAINE, IA Trace
Bellevue LD 12, IA 0.2
CASCADE, IA 0.2
Cedar Falls 0.4 WNW 0.4
Cedar Rapids 2.5 WSW 0.3
Center Junction 2.6 W 0.5
Central City 0.3
Central City 6.7 W 0.3
CHARLES CITY, IA 0.4
CLUTIER, IA 0.5
CRESCO 1NE, IA 0.6
Decorah 1.5
Decorah 4.9SE 2.4
Decorah 7.9 ENE 1.1
Dubuque #3, IA 0.2
ELKADER 6SSW, IA 2.0
ELMA, IA 1.2
FAYETTE, IA 2.0
FOREST CITY 2 NNE, IA Trace
GARWIN, IA 0.8
GRUNDY CENTER, IA 0.4
Guttenberg 2.0
GUTTENBERG L&D 10 1.0
HAMPTON, IA Trace
Harpers Ferry 2.8
Hopkinton 5.4 WSW 0.3
IOWA FALLS, IA 0.8
MANCHESTER NO. 2, IA 0.2
MARENGO, IA Trace
Monona 2.0
Monticello, IA 0.1
Mount Auburn 2.2 NNW T.0
NASHUA 2SW, IA 0.5
New Hampton 0.4 SW 1.4
NEW HAMPTON, IA 1.2
North Liberty 0.7 SSW 0.2
OELWEIN 1E, IA 1.1
OSAGE , IA 0.4
Prairie du Chien, WI 1.6
Solon 0.3 ESE 0.4
STANLEY 4 W, IA 0.5
STRAWBERRY POINT, IA 1.0
TOLEDO 3 N, IA 0.5
TRIPOLI, IA 1.0
VINTON, IA 0.3
VOLGA 1NE, IA 1.7

 

The 0.6″ measured at the Waterloo Municipal Airport yesterday takes the seasonal total up to 8.0″. That’s just one inch shy of the snowiest season-to-date snowfall.

Dubuque and Cedar Rapids are by far the snowiest to date, so far.

EDIT 11-19-2019: Cedar Rapids is now up to 11.8″ for the season-to-date snow. 

Iowa City is also just one inch shy of the snowiest season to date. (Note: Iowa City records don’t go back as far)

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Kyle Kiel

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