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January snowfall much lower than average


Last updated 2/4/2021 at 4:46pm

DAVENPORT – After several winter storms created higher than average snowfall totals in October, November and December, the “white stuff” held off for the majority of January during what was forecasted as a “La Nina” winter.

Just 2.0 inches of snow fell in the first month of 2021, according to the National Weather Service data center in Spokane, which tallies weather results for Davenport. Normally, 8.1 inches of snow fall in January here. Snow was recorded on only four days of January, and all but one day, it snowed less than an inch.

Snowstorms at the end of December drove the t...

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