CLEVELAND - Fall ushered in very chilly temperatures across northern Ohio early Tuesday morning.
Calm winds and clear skies combined to help the mercury fall into the 30s as the first frost advisory of the season was issued by the National Weather Service overnight.
Cleveland Hopkins Airport registered 41 degrees this morning, but fell short of the record low of 36 degrees for today set in 1995.
The last time Cleveland was colder than this morning was April 27th with 39 degrees.
Here is a look at some other morning lows at select stations across northern Ohio through 8 a.m. Tuesday morning...
Cleveland Hopkins... 41 degrees
Cleveland Burke... 46 degrees
Ashtabula... 38 degrees
Lorain/Elyria... 39 degrees
Akron/Canton... 41 degrees
Wooster... 36 degrees
Mansfield.... 41 degrees
Youngstown... 34 degrees
New Philadelphia... 39 degrees