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Much of Northeast Ohio was subject to sporadic solar bombardment and uneventful seasonal temperatures over the Thanksgiving holiday.
The abscence of howling and blowing wind driven snow was unnerving with temperatures well below 70 at 5 degrees below freezing. Winds were in excess of 0 mph at nearly 40,000 feet per hour.
Travelers were subjected to lightly falling di-hydrogen oxide crystals the day before with ankle deep accumulations likely to remain until it melts next week. This will certainly leave wet spots covering most of the area.
I can only tell you the lights are on in Cuyahoga Falls. We will survive…