CLEVELAND, Ohio (WJW) – From 1 to 7 inches, the snow didn’t miss anyone in Northeast Ohio.
The National Weather Service’s early reports had Shaker Heights with the most snow, at 7.5 inches.
They’re expected to release a full report later Wednesday.
Other than some lingering lake effect, it’s a done deal and snow started quickly melting.
Breaks of sun will take care of a lot of it.
But thousands of people are still dealing with power outages.
The heavy snow snapped branches and powerlines.
FirstEnergy reports 12,000 people without power.
Another cold night is ahead for Northeast Ohio.
A Freeze Warning remains in effect for Coshocton and Tuscarawas County through 10 a.m. Thursday for temps as low as 26 degrees.
What’s the latest snow ever in northern Ohio?
May 27, 1907 (trace). Last year’s 0.2″ snow fell on May 11 which broke the record set in 1907 for the latest measurable snow ever. It also snowed TWICE in May for the first time last year!
Snow on/after April 20 has only happened a few times over the last 80 years.
Temperatures will rise to about 40 Wednesday and then continue to warm into the weekend.