CLEVELAND — Snow has arrived in Northeast Ohio, and it's April 9.
Less than two days after the area was hit with tornadoes.
Northeast Ohio weather always delivers.
In case you're wondering: On average, Cleveland gets around 3.3 inches of snow in April while Akron receives around 2.7 inches.
Temps will be stuck in the 40s all day long. Winds gusting over 25mph making it feel every cooler as rain and snow hit the area.
Rain mixing with a few bursts of SNOW this morning... that is some COLD air coming over the lake. Only accumulations will be brief and on elevated and grassy surfaces. Different story Friday morning! #WEWS #GMCle #OHwx pic.twitter.com/bNwUbYYgkq— Trent Magill (@TrentMWeather) April 9, 2020
Temps are already dipping into the 30s along the lakeshore with a little sleet/snow mixing in, too.
Come Friday morning there will be some slick spots because of a light snow. Most of us will only have a little coating on the daffodils, if any at all!
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