Province guides United States of America
Climate in Ohio
Ohio's climate ranges from one extreme to the other, with summer temperatures reaching up to 90F (32C) along with some slight humidity. Thunderstorms and light rain can be expected in the late spring and early summer, while tornadoes can occur any time between spring and autumn.
September is warm and sunny, and some of the world's most beautiful foliage can be found in Ohio at this time of year. October is cool with evening temperatures dropping to around 40F (4-6C). Winters are cold with plenty of snow in northern Ohio round Lake Erie, while the southern part of the state experiences slightly warmer temperatures.