Cleveland's National Weather Service office is reporting that Toledo has tied its seasonal snowfall record set back in the winter of 1977-1978. On the morning of Tuesday, February 26th, 2014, the NWS office reported that a tenth of an inch of snow fell at the Toledo Express Airport, bringing the seasonal snow total to 73.1 inches.

This is notable because the winter of 1977-1978 was one of the most memorable in Northeast Ohio history. During that winter, Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport reported 90.1 inches of snow, making it the sixth highest seasonal snowfall total for the city.

Mansfield-Lahm Regional Airport reported 77.6 inches of snow, making it the fourth highest seasonal snowfall for city.

The Akron-Canton Airport reported 82.0 inches of snow, the current seasonal snowfall record for the city.

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