Mother Nature dumps spring snow in Northeast Ohio
CLEVELAND – Mother Nature reminded us that even though it is spring and it is well April, we need to keep our shovels in a car and our expectations of a snowless spring low. Overnight, several inches of snow dumped in northeastern Ohio.
North Royalton’s daffodils and cherry blossoms that were in full bloom last week are now withered, covered with a winter coat.
Berea town center looked like a snow globe this morning.
North Canton’s snow-capped balcony and courtyard have suspended patio season for now.
We can’t get through baseball in April without Progressive Field looking like a December day.
Some snow scenes weren’t that pretty. The heavy wet snow knocked down tree branches overnight.
In Shaker Heights, once vibrant snow-capped tulips.
Let us rally against the unwelcome snow.
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