This week in weather history: First snowfall of the season

Quad Cities, Iowa/Ill. (KWQC) – Looking back at this week’s local weather history, we go back two years to October 19, 2020, when the first snowfall of the season brought snow to the QCA.

A storm system moved across parts of Iowa, bringing snow to the Des Moines metro area, which dumped six to eight inches of snow near the Interstate 80 and Interstate 35 corridors.

The snow combined and brought it to eastern Iowa and western Illinois.

While the snow was not particularly heavy locally, there was enough to accumulate.

Here is the general list of snowfall in the TV6 viewing area:

Charlotte, Iowa: 2.0″

Park View, Iowa: 1.2 inches

Mount Carroll, IL: 1.0″

Maquoketa, Iowa: 0.9 inches

Geneseo, IL: 0.5″

Moline, IL: 0.3″

Davenport, Iowa: 0.2″

Muscatine, Iowa: 0.2 inches

Click here for more information on October snowfall in the Quad Cities.

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