There is a 100 percent chance you’ve heard this before: “Oh, that crazy Ohio weather. It’s four seasons in a week.”
Seems there is some science and data to support our wacky weather pattern in March. Scientists say Ohio is in a weather “transition area,” where cold and hot air hang out.
Ohio is close enough to the Gulf of Mexico to generate warm air, yet also close to Canada where we get those blasts of Arctic air. And if the wind is blowing in the right direction, we get lake effect snow off Lake Erie. It’s not spring yet.