Cleveland’s Coldest And Warmest Months Have An Average Temperature Difference Of 22 Degrees, Making Our People Hardy

Climate and weather, believe it or not, are different things. Weather reflects short-term conditions, like a rainy day or sunny weekend. Climate, of course, is a proven average found by observing daily weather over the course of years. Here in Cleveland, our climate may seem extreme to some. We see precipitation nearly 150 days each year, but that’s not even the weirdest thing when it comes to our climate. What is the climate in Cleveland like? Let’s take a look using statistics to see how our weather conditions compare to the rest of the U.S.

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When it comes to climate in Cleveland, our local landscape sees quite a bit of annual variation. From the sun-kissed flowers of summer to the snow-encased windows each winter, our landscape changes quite a bit each year. What is your favorite season? Tell us in the comments!

Historically, we’ve seen a few odd seasons that deviate from our annual climate. Check out our list of the most memorable winters in Cleveland for a few incredible and surprising weather-related events.