Parma Ohio Weather
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Parma is located 8 km southwest of Cleveland and has an excellent education system, making it a great choice for those looking for a suburban location. Ravenna is a few kilometers west of Parma and about half an hour's drive from Cleveland. There is no need to commute to surrounding communities such as Akron, Akron - Cleveland or Cleveland Heights, all within a short drive.
In Parma, the summer is warm and partly cloudy. In the winter it is icy, windy, and mostly cloudy. The sky is mostly clear with highs of around 60 ° C and lows of around 30 ° C. The first spring blooms in Parma appear solely due to the growing degree days that occur in late spring and early summer, with the first occurring towards the end of April or early May. Summer is cold and cloudy with an average temperature of just over 40 degrees, but the sky is mostly sunny and not as cloudy as in other parts of the state.
Daylight saving time (Daylight saving time) is observed from spring (14 March) to autumn (7 November) and lasts 7.8 months. During the rainy season, which is in spring, when it rains 33% of the time, it is dry and dry in winter. If one day is wet, the wet season lasts 7-5 months, while the drier days last 2-3 months and the driest days 1-2 weeks. Summer time or summertime is not observed in Parma, although it lasts 7 to 8 months in winter, with the exception of a short dry period in late spring and early summer.
The windiest part of the year lasts 6-3 months and the windiest day of the year is January 15th, while the driest days last 1-2 weeks and the driest days 2-4 weeks.
Every day, different types of precipitation are observed, with no trace amounts, and rain and snow fall on the same day. The precipitation value, based on a three-hour precipitation rate around the hour in question, is 10% precipitation and falls linear.
The mean wind direction is the four main winds during the hour, and the current wind speed in each direction varies more than the hourly average. The wind blowing in a given place is equal to or less than 1.0 km / h or about 1 / 4 mile per hour. Excludes hours when the average wind speed is more than 2.5 miles per second and less than 2,500 feet per hour.
Small craft advisories are likely to be needed, especially east of the islands, and winds will increase to 20 to 30 knots Saturday night and Sunday. The severe weather warning for southwest Cuyahoga and northern Lorain County expires at 4: 30 p.m. ET. The storm that triggered the warning is weakened to the limit and no longer poses an immediate threat to life or property, but could cause significant damage to property and / or power lines in the region. Severe thunderstorms are warning for Cuyhoga, the Northeast and Lorain County at 6.15pm BST. The storm that triggered this warning is weakening to its limits and no longer poses an immediate threat to life and property. SEVERE thunderstorm warning for the southwestern Cayman Islands, the north and the north-east coast for severe thunderstorms expires at 4.15pm GMT.
Severe thunderstorms were located in a line that stretched 8 miles west of Euclid and Cleveland from near Strongsville to near Grafton and was moving northeast at 35 mph, radar indicated. Severe thunderstorms are located east of Cleveland and are moving east at 30 mph (radar). VERY thunderstorm is located north of Akron, Ohio, in the northeastern corner of Cuyahoga and Lorain counties, as it moves northeast at about 30 mph (radar reading) and eastward at about 35 mph (35 kph). The thunderstorms were south of Dayton, Ohio, near Cleveland and north - northeast of Cincinnati, while moving west - south at 20 - 25 km / h (radar indicates).
Severe thunderstorms are located north of Akron, Ohio, in the northeastern corner of Cuyahoga and Lorain counties, while it moves east at 45 mph (radar indicates). Severe thunderstorms were located east of Cleveland and were moving northeast at 25 mph, radar showed. The severe thunderstorm is located south of Cincinnati, near Cincinnati and north - northeast of Dayton, east - south at 30 km / h and east at 20 - 25 km / h (radar display) and south - west with 15 - 20 km / h (radar measurements).