x
Breaking News
More () »

Do you want to build a snowman? Cuyahoga Falls community says "yes" lining street with dozens of snowmen

How a local community enjoyed the overnight snowfall.

CUYAHOGA FALLS, Ohio — Do you want to build a snowman? The folks on Myrtle Avenue in Cuyahoga Falls said, "yes!" 

On Tuesday, after much of the 3News viewing area was impacted by heavy snowfall, residents joined forces creating more than two dozen snowmen that lined the road. 

For some, the snow may have put a damper on things due to commuting or shoveling, but for others it was a chance to enjoy the seasonal elements. Whether is skiing, having a snowball fight or in this case, building a snowman; the fun it limitless with a positive attitude and the perfect amount of white fluff. 

SUBSCRIBE: Get the day's top headlines sent to your inbox each weekday morning with the free 3News to GO! newsletter

We know how the residents on Myrtle Avenue enjoy the snow, but we want to you to get in on the action! As snow continues to fall across the region, share with us how you, your family, and friends are enjoying the snow and we may use them on-air or online.

There are 3 easy ways for you to share your pictures and videos with us: 

  1. If you are posting your photos on social media, please use the hashtag #3Weather
  2. You can submit your photos and videos via the Near Me feature of the WKYC App.  Just follow the on-screen prompts and your submission will come straight to us. You can also use the app's "near me" option near the bottom of the home screen. If you don't have the app, it's free to download (Android, Apple).
  3. Or you can text your photos to 216.344.3300. Remember, however, to include your name and location so we know where the content was captured and who to credit.

More headlines: 

RELATED: FORECAST | Tracking another round of snow later this week

RELATED: Watch: Hundreds battle in big snowball fight at Kent State University

RELATED: Dressing properly in this cold weather will keep you safe and comfortable

RELATED: What if you get stranded? Here's what should be in your winter emergency kit

RELATED: Will the winter storm in Northeast Ohio affect your ability to get a COVID-19 vaccine?