Put-in-Bay Properties Deserve Yardworks!

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Put-in-Bay’s two nor’easters will have Yardworks playing a real life game of ‘Pick Up Sticks’ as they begin debris cleanup across the island.

Call  Yardworks at 419-285-2147 to start a game in your yard.  New customers are still welcome for the upcoming mowing season as well.  Contact Yardworks today!

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Spring Snow Surprise

Light overnight accumulation, flurries, March snow put in bay and frozen lake spray remind Bass Islanders that spring hasn’t sprung. waves

cold duck There’s even a “cold duck” in the harbor!




National Weather Service Cleveland OH 156 PM
Clouds will start to break up this evening and overnight as high pressure starts to build in.  The last of the snow showers will end this evening over northwest Pennsylvania.  Most areas will be clear skies by early Monday morning and temperatures will tank.  We will start out Monday morning in the lower and middle 20s. skies are expected on Monday with cool weather.  Highs will be only the lower 40s with sunshine and a very light south wind.

Put-in-Bay Weather Outlook

ol man winterIt appears ol’ man winter will put a shadow on spring’s arrival.  National Weather Service Cleveland prepared this statement at 7:33pm this evening:


“Even though Spring will officially be here by the end of the week, it will feel and look still a little bit like winter with colder than average temperatures and scattered light snow showers.  A sharp upper level trough and upper level low will move across the Great Lakes Region into the Mid-Atlantic Region Thursday into Friday.  We will have clouds around and colder weather with scattered rain showers and snow showers.  Even through surface temperatures may be above freezing in the 30s to lower 40s, cold air aloft associated with the upper level trough will develop instability snow showers.”

See complete details at Bass Islands Weather!

Ides of March Indeed!

Just as islanders feel the reassurance that spring is on the way, based on Miller Ferry starting operations on Tuesday, 19 March,  weather forecasters and local conditions suggest otherwise.  At 2:51pm Cleveland NOAA says, “As colder air aloft moves in and freezing levels lower overnight, we will see rain showers gradually change over to snow showers tonight.”  A visit to South Bass Island State Park illustrates the impact of WSW wind at 30mph!

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