December Snowsfall In Iowa? 6.5 Inches Below Average

Des Moines, Iowa — State Climatologist Justin Glisan says Iowa had a bit of a snow drought last month.

Despite the lack of snow, December was one of four months out of 2023 that wound up with ABOVE average precipitation.

That’s because December temperatures were above average, keeping the ground from freezing solid. Glisan says there is a storm system in the Pacific Ocean that’s headed east and the long-term forecast indicates it may bring rain AND snow to Iowa as early as this weekend. Glisan cautions, though, that the storm system could weaken as it makes landfall on the west coast and moves across the Rockies.

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