Remember to spring forward by setting those clocks ahead by 1 hour before going to bed tonight. It is also a good idea to check your smoke detector batteries as well. The shift will take an hour of daylight
Daylight will spring forward in the day with time change.
It's hard to believe now but soon the sound of your dripping drains will soon be replaced by the constant buzzing of mosquitoes. This winter's extreme cold will barely blip one of nature's survivors."Mosquitoes
Despite the cold, few buzzers will die off. The snow could actually mean more mosquitoes!
We continue to chase records on the Great Lakes. They're now at the second most ice covered for a season in recorded history. Lake Erie stands at 96% ice covered. The entire chain sits at 92%, held
Great Lakes still in 2nd place all-time for ice coverage
You've probably heard about the Great Lakes near-record winter, with ice continuing to build up. Lake levels also continue to rise. For some real perspective, we dug into the MODIS Satellite vault.
Lake Erie almost completely ice-covered now.
Even after the snow comes to an end, we continue to pay the toll from the cold. With several inches of snow on the ground, northwest Ohio can see its temperature plummet an extra 5-10 degrees on clear
Cold extends all around us, including all of Canada and Ohio.
There is a high chance we will break one of the oldest records on the book tonight. Tuesday's record low stands at -3° set back in 1873. Records began just 2 years earlier during 1871 in Toledo. Tuesday
Season now ranks #4 for most 0° days on record.
Here is a look at some of the snow totals that have been reported across the viewing area. The lowest snow totals were in Upper Sandusky, Norwalk, and Sandusky where about 1.5" to 2" fell. 3" fell at the
Most spots got a new coating of 3-5" of snow.
There's more snow on the way for the weekend. The heaviest snow in most areas will fall very late Saturday night into the first half of Sunday. Areas forecasted to receive 6"-10"+ of snow may get a
There's more snow on the way for the weekend. The heaviest snow in most areas will fall very late Saturday night into the first half of Sunday. We're looking at 3"-5" here in the Metro Toledo Area, 1"-3" in Southeast Michigan, 5"-8" in the southern areas.
You wouldn't know it by looking outside, but Saturday is the first day of Meteorological spring. The first official day of spring is just 19 days away now. Meteorological winter starts December 1st and
Winter of 2013-14 coldest in 36 years.
A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for all of our Ohio counties and Hillsdale County in Michigan for tonight through mid-day on Sunday. Snow will begin around 9pm tonight and will move out of the
3-5" of snow is expected for most of the area.