The storm entered southeastern Ohio in the early morning hours of March 7. By 8:00 AM, snow had begun to fall in the central portions of the state. By late in the afternoon, snow had reached the northeastern corner of the state. Most areas of Ohio received between two and four inches of snow on March 7. In Central Ohio, most schools and many businesses closed early on March 7, as the storm intensified. On March 8, an additional six to sixteen inches of snow fell on Ohio, with the heaviest accumulation occurring in Central Ohio. Columbus had a total snow accumulation of 20.4 inches, surpassing the city's earlier snow record of 15.3 inches, which was set in February 1910.
60+ predicted Sunday, time for a ride.