Iowa, the Hawkeye State, currently has a population of about 3.1 million, making it the 31st most populous state in the US. It has an average temperature of 47.8°F (8.8°C). While January is the coldest month of the year with temperatures in the frigid zone, July is usually the hottest month in Iowa as the sun regularly appears in the skies. May is the start of the severe season of thunderstorms and tornadoes. Beware of stormy weather, including heavy rain with occasional hail.
Iowa is vulnerable to thunderstorms, tornadoes, and floods in late spring and the majority of the summer. Summer is subject to hail and damaging winds during the storms that destroy the crops. In fact, the biggest hail recorded in this state was an 8-inch hail spotted in Fayette County on May 21, 1958 at 12:30 CST. In summary, there were a total of 1,301 hailstorms from 2009 to 2018. The worst, by far, was the storm of 2009 in Hardin, costing $22.1 million in property damage.
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