Snow squalls from the beginning of March
have pushed the seasonal snow total for greater Cleveland to just about 98.5
inches. The record was 101.1 inches set in the 1995-96 winter season.
A typical snow season produces around 55 to 60 inches of snow in Cleveland,
and our total this season already ranks within the top 10 snowiest seasons.
The snow season still has a way to go yet. Although spring officially
begins at 7:34 a.m. on March 20, snowfall has been recorded in Cleveland
as late as May 10, and the latest trace of snow in Cleveland has been May
was under a blanket of snow, take a look back.
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