It's January, but where is the snow?

Milder weekend ahead

ROCK ISLAND, Ill. - We're now 19 days into the month of January and we've picked up no measurable snow in the Quad Cities.

You have to go back to December 17th for our last measurable snow.  That's when 2.7" fell in Moline and 2.5" in Davenport.

However, northern hometowns did see a couple of inches on December 23rd and there were two days with some snow in January.

At this point in the winter, we should be up to 16" of snow.  We're at 13.8" in Moline, which is where we were at on this date last winter.

Moline is the official weather observing station for the Quad Cities.

Meanwhile, this winter, Davenport is up to 16.5" because it had more snow with the first storm of the season.  At this point last winter, Davenport was at 11.8".

No snow is in our forecast until later next week!

Meteorologist Anthony Peoples 


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