Category:Climate and Weather

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Ohio's generally mild climate has been a major factor in its rich agricultural heritage. Nevertheless, the Buckeye State annually experiences extreme temperatures, sometimes ranging from below 0 to above 100 degrees Fahrenheit. On less frequent occasions, Ohio has been subjected to severe weather events such as floods, blizzards, and tornadoes, which have resulted in loss of life and property.