CLEVELAND - April 15th was twice as bad this year between being tax filing day and another snowfall for northeast Ohio.
A very strong cold front brought a blast of air that was cold enough to change the rain over to snow by daybreak Tuesday morning and accumulated enough to add to our seasonal snow totals.
Through 5 p.m. Tuesday, the National Weather Service says 1.3 inches of snow fell at the airport.
That amount now puts Cleveland at 86.1 inches of snow for the 2013-2014 season, ranking as the 8th snowiest winter on record for the area.
Here is a look at how the all time records stand in comparison...
- 2004-2005: 117.9 inches
- 1995-1996: 101.1 inches
- 1981-1982: 100.5 inches
- 2002-2003: 94.9 inches
- 2003-2004: 91.2 inches
- 1977-1978: 90.1 inches
- 1992-1993: 88.5 inches
- 2013-2014: 86.1 inches
- 1909-1910: 81.6 inches
- 2008-2009: 80.0 inches
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