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Have you spent the last few months all snuggled up under that blanket (you know, the good one)? Listen here: step away from the sofa. Change out of those sweatpants. Hibernation is official over.
It’s time to take a break from the usual and make a spring getaway to Cleveland.
Let’s be clear: it’s definitely not winter anymore, but it’s not exactly bikini weather, either. That means zero reason to deprive yourself of carbs for your trip to Cleveland. (And we have carbs for days, friend — be they in pierogi, beer or beer-infused donut form.) So, grab a cute jacket, options for layering and those shades for a sunny spring getaway to Cleveland.
Parkas. Short sleeves. Scarves. Flip flops. Snow boots. Umbrellas. That’s what you’ll want to pack for your getaway to Cleveland this spring, thanks in large part to the fickle combination of breezes wafting along the peaks of the Canadian Rockies, an expansive (and potentially frozen) Lake Erie, a shifting jet stream and warmer temps pushing northward.
The results can be a little unpredictable — much like our city itself. A typical spring day can go from freezing rain and snow in the morning to glorious sunshine and warmth in the afternoon. Daily temps in The Land range from the 70s to the 30s, which means layers are your new BFF.