Heavy rain, snow, wind damage left behind from for First Alert Weather Day
The storm on March 4 had a bit of everything
TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) - Rain and snow are diminishing and moving out of the area early tonight.
Hillsdale, Lenawee, western Monroe, Williams and Fulton Counties saw 4-8″ of snow with even higher totals in northern Lenawee and northern Hillsdale Counties. Eastern Monroe, northern Henry and northern Defiance Counties could got an estimated 2-4″ of snow after the heavy rain. The Toledo metro area only saw 0-2″ (0 eastern metro area, up to 2″ western metro area). Heavy rain fell over most of NW Ohio with estimates of 1-2″ of total rainfall from this storm. Winds will be gusty early tonight with gusts up to 40 mph possible, but gusts will drop below 20 mph by sunrise. Lakeshore flooding is possible through Saturday morning as well.
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