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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CLEVELAND OH
345 PM EST THU MAR 12 2015

MANY LOCATIONS ACROSS NORTHERN OHIO AND EXTREME NORTHWEST
PENNSYLVANIA HAD A HIGH NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS WITH AN INCH OR
MORE OF SNOW ON THE GROUND THIS WINTER SEASON.

IN THE AKRON AREA THEY HAD 65 CONSECUTIVE DAYS OF AN INCH OR MORE OF
SNOW ON THE GROUND FROM JANUARY 6TH THROUGH MARCH 11TH OF THIS YEAR.
THE PREVIOUS HIGHEST NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS WITH AN INCH OR MORE
OF SNOW ON THE GROUND WAS 62 FROM 1/9/78 THROUGH 3/11/78. RECORDS
DATE BACK TO 1887.

IN THE CLEVELAND AREA THEY HAD 49 CONSECUTIVE DAYS OF AN INCH OR
MORE OF SNOW ON THE GROUND FROM JANUARY 22ND THROUGH MARCH 11TH OF
THIS YEAR. THIS RANKS 6TH IN THE NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS OF AN
INCH OR MORE OF SNOW ON THE GROUND. THE HIGHEST NUMBER OF
CONSECUTIVE DAYS WITH AN INCH OR MORE OF SNOW ON THE GROUND IS 73
FROM 12/11/1944 THROUGH 2/21/1945. RECORDS DATE BACK TO 1871.

IN THE TOLEDO AREA THEY HAD 38 CONSECUTIVE DAYS OF AN INCH OR MORE
OF SNOW ON THE GROUND FROM FEBRUARY 1ST THROUGH MARCH 10TH OF THIS
YEAR. THIS RANKS NINTH IN THE CONSECUTIVE NUMBER OF DAYS OF AN INCH
OR MORE OF SNOW ON THE GROUND. THE HIGHEST NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE
DAYS OF AN INCH OR MORE OF SNOW ON THE GROUND IS 65 FROM 1/9/1978
THROUGH 3/14/1978. RECORDS DATE BACK TO 1871.

IN THE YOUNGSTOWN AREA SO FAR THIS WINTER SEASON THEY HAD 67
CONSECUTIVE DAYS OF AN INCH OR MORE OF SNOW ON THE GROUND FROM
JANUARY 5TH THROUGH MARCH 12TH. AT 7 AM THURSDAY THEY STILL HAD 4
INCHES OF SNOW ON THE GROUND. THIS SNOW WILL TAKE A FEW MORE DAYS TO
MELT. AT THIS TIME THIS RANKS THE SECOND HIGHEST NUMBER OF
CONSECUTIVE DAYS WITH AN INCH OR MORE OF SNOW ON THE GROUND. THE
HIGHEST NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS WITH AN INCH OR MORE OF SNOW ON
THE GROUND IS 73 FROM 12/11/1944 THROUGH 2/21/1945. RECORDS DATE
BACK TO 1896.

IN THE ERIE PENNSYLVANIA AREA SO FAR THIS WINTER SEASON THEY HAD
67 CONSECUTIVE DAYS OF AN INCH OR MORE OF SNOW ON THE GROUND FROM
JANUARY 5TH THROUGH MARCH 12TH. AT 7 AM THURSDAY THEY STILL HAD 7
INCHES OF SNOW ON THE GROUND. THIS SNOW WILL TAKE MANY MORE DAYS TO
MELT. AT THIS TIME THIS RANKS THE SECOND HIGHEST NUMBER OF
CONSECUTIVE DAYS WITH AN INCH OR MORE OF SNOW ON THE GROUND. THE
HIGHEST NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS WITH AN INCH OR MORE OF SNOW ON
THE GROUND IS 79 FROM 12/26/1977 THROUGH 3/14/1978. RECORDS DATE
BACK TO 1873.

THE MANSFIELD AREA ONLY HAD 23 CONSECUTIVE DAYS OF AN INCH OR MORE
OF SNOW ON THE GROUND THIS WINTER. THIS DOES NOT RANK IN THE TOP 10
FOR CONSECUTIVE DAYS OF AN INCH OR MORE OF SNOW ON THE GROUND.

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