TOLEDO 50 degrees in Toledo, 70 in Finlay. The two cities forecast stands in stark contrast to each other separated by roughly an hour drive. It is undoubtedly Spring in Northwest, Ohio and it's time to keep the winter coats and the shorts close at all times.
Most people in Toledo bearing down for the temporary cold snap after many days of back and fourth temperatures ranging from the to 40's to the upper 60's. "It's like a cold hurricane or tornado, the wind blows every direction," says a man walking into Government Center in downtown Toledo. While Findlay has the same swing, residents in the flag city are claiming the upper hand on Thursday. "It's a lot nicer out today than it has been in a while, that's why we're out taking a walk," says a man walking his dog in a Findlay park.