- Posted April 24, 2008 by
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Ohio Blizzard Brings Record Snowfall
The Blizzard that swept across the northeast brought record snowfall, closing businesses and creating hazardous driving conditions. Parts of Ohio recieved up to 20 inches of snow, breaking the previous record of 15.3 inches set in 1910. 5 deaths were reported in Ohio as a result of the storm. The snow has been cleared from most streets, but with warmer weather on the way, residents are concerned about possible flooding.