CLEVELAND, Ohio — Temperatures are cooling down, and Lake Erie continues to be heat. Meaning a lake-impact snow occasion is true across the nook for Northeast Ohio. Simply over the weekend, it was already snowing at the start of the Ohio State recreation in Columbus.
Whereas it already snowed additional south, right here in Northeast Ohio we cannot precisely have to attend for sub-freezing temperatures for snow to blanket the bottom once more. Meteorologist Kelly Reardon explains how snow can fall when it is above 32 levels on the floor.
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Kelly Reardon is cleveland.com’s meteorologist. Please comply with me on Fb and Twitter @KellyRWeather.