Today’s weather in Ohio
Ohio experiences a humid continental climate throughout most of the state except counties in the Bluegrass Region which experience a humid subtropical climate. Summers are generally hot and humid in most parts of the state while winters are generally cool to cold. Precipitation is moderate and is received throughout the year. Severe weather conditions are very common although there are few tornadoes. Ohio State is also prone to lake effect snow storms. For more information on Ohio weather visit Ohio Weather.Net.
The highest recorded temperature in Ohio was 113 degrees Fahrenheit (45 degrees Centigrade) which was recorded near Gallipolis on the 21st of July, 1934. The lowest temperature ever recorded in Ohio was -39 degrees Fahrenheit (-39 degrees Centigrade) which was recorded at Milligan on the 10th of February, 1899. For current weather updates on Ohio's major cities check www.ohioweather.net.
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