“We change from cold to warm (weather) very fast,” explains Gary Garnet with the National Weather Service in Cleveland. “Severe weather can often times come up quick, with little or sometimes no warning. People need to think about severe weather action plans, particularly if they’re commonly in outdoor places.”
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Ohio usually experiences about a dozen tornadoes every year.
TORNADO FACTS: http://www.weathersafety.ohio.gov/TornadoFacts.aspx
Aside from tornadoes, Ohioans traditionally experience flooding and more during the season of spring.