The midwest is falling farther and farther behind average or normal snowfall during the winter season.
According to NBC4i, by this time in the season, we should have witnessed around 18″ or almost two total feet of snow, but instead, we’ve receive less than half of that at 7.6″.
We’re still holding out hope for a few flurries during March and April, because even though we all want to feel that warm summer breeze, not having snow in Ohio in the middle of winter feels a little apocalyptic.
March and April should produce a little over 5″ of snow, with April being the most reliable for the white stuff.
Do you miss the snow or are you glad it barely came? Sound off in the comments!