Forbes.com named Cleveland as “America’s Worst Winter Weather City,” in a ranking of the top 50 metropolitan areas by population. (If only Buffalo could bring in more people, surely we could lose this ignominious label).
The magazine’s web site used three measurements — average temperature, overall precipitation and total snowfall — to compare big cities.
The site commented that our “winters require endurance” citing lake-effect snow that drives our snowfall average to nearly 60 inches a winter and an average temperature that is 10 degrees below the 50-city averaege.
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article coutesy of The Plain Dealer