Spring Wrap Up: Lowest Snow Amount Ever

GREEN, Ohio (News Talk 1480 WHBC) – The lack of snow on the ground during just-completed Meteorological Spring is just one indicator it was a warm spring.

The 1.5 inches of snow measured at the CAK weather station in March, April and May was the lowest snowfall for any Spring going back to the late 1800s.

Its nearly eight inches below normal.

And the average Spring temperature of 53.3 was three degrees above normal, making it the fifth warmest Spring ever.

We told you earlier about the 13.45 inches of liquid-equivalent precipitation for Meteorological Spring.