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Location County 24-Hr Snow
Waterloo Black Hawk 0.5
Dubuque Dubuque 1.0
Cedar Rapids Linn 0.4
Iowa City Johnson 0.0
     
Anamosa 3SSW, IA Jones 0.3
BRIGHTON, IA Washington 0.2
Calamus 2.0 NE Clinton T
Camanche 1.2 W Clinton T
Cedar Rapids 2.0 ENE Linn 0.1
Cedar Rapids 3.4 NW Linn 0.3
CHARLES CITY, IA Floyd 0.5
CLERMONT, IA Fayette 1.6
COGGON, IA Linn 0.7
CRESCO 1NE, IA Howard 1.0
Decorah 7.9 ENE Winneshiek 1.5
Delmar 2.3 NW Clinton 0.2
Dubuque #3, IA Dubuque 1.0
Dubuque L&D 11, IA Dubuque 1.0
Ely 0.5 SE Linn 0.1
FAYETTE, IA Fayette 0.6
GRUNDY CENTER, IA Grundy T
GUTTENBERG L & D 10, IA Clayton 1.0
HAMPTON, IA Franklin 0.0
HOLSTEIN, IA Ida 0.4
IONIA 2W, IA Chickasaw 0.5
IOWA FALLS, IA Hardin 0.5
LOWDEN, IA Cedar 0.2
MAQUOKETA 4 W, IA Jackson 0.1
MARSHALLTOWN, IA Marshall T
Monona WWTP, IA Clayton 1.1
NASHUA 2SW, IA Floyd 0.8
New Hampton 0.4 SW Chickasaw 0.5
NEW HAMPTON, IA Chickasaw 2.0
New London 1.5 SW Henry 0.2
NEWTON, IA Jasper 0.4
Oelwein 0.8 WNW Fayette T
OSAGE , IA Mitchell T
OSKALOOSA, IA Mahaska 0.7
Salem 1 S, IA Henry 0.2
Solon 0.3 ESE Johnson T
ST ANSGAR, IA Mitchell 0.3
TOLEDO 3 N, IA Tama T
TRIPOLI, IA Bremer 0.4
VOLGA 1NE, IA Clayton 0.8
WASHINGTON, IA Washington 0.1
Waterloo NWS Snowfall, IA Black Hawk T
WILLIAMSBURG 3 SE, IA Iowa 0.5
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Posted under Precipitation Totals, Winter Weather

This post was written by Denice Pelster on December 29, 2012

December 29

From NWS
1917
: Extremely cold weather brought the temperature all the way down to -40 F at Washta setting the all-time Iowa December record. A low temperature of -28 F at Sioux City also set the December record at that location. Other reported low temperatures included -39 F at Inwood, -25 F at Fort Dodge and Pella, -20 F at Fairfield, and -17 F at Des Moines.

This Day in National/World Weather History …
 29 December 1894 → Temperatures fell into the 10 to 15 degree range in northern Florida. Tallahassee remained below freezing for the entire day.
 29 December 1942 → One of the worst freezing rain storms to hit eastern Ontario in 100 years was underway. More than 1 inch of ice brought the area to a standstill for several days. Outlying areas were reported to be a mass of tangled wires and trees. Telephone wires were covered by ice as thick as a person’s wrist.
 29 December 1964 → Wind speeds reached 130 mph a during severe storm at Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, Australia.
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Posted under Weather History

This post was written by Schnack on December 29, 2012