2 years ago, Dayton wasn’t dealing with thunderstorms, but a winter storm

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After rounds of storms, winds will pick up through the afternoon and might slow drivers down.

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Two years ago today, the Miami Valley woke up to a blanket of wet and heavy snow and freezing temperatures – a sharp contrast to our weather experience this year.

A weekend storm moved in and dumped 6.5 inches of snow in Clark County, 4 inches in Greene County and 5 inches in Montgomery County. It left more than 200 without power.

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Randy Lambright moves snow that he describes as "wet and heavy" on his property along Ohio 49 in Arcanum. DEE MOORMAN / STAFF

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Randy Lambright moves snow that he describes as "wet and heavy" on his property along Ohio 49 in Arcanum. DEE MOORMAN / STAFF

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Randy Lambright moves snow that he describes as "wet and heavy" on his property along Ohio 49 in Arcanum. DEE MOORMAN / STAFF

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A weekend storm moved in and dumped 6.5 inches of snow in Clark County, 4 inches in Greene County and 5 inches in Montgomery County. It left more than 200 without power.

» RELATED: Wind gusts up to 50 mph this afternoon, evening

During the month of February that year, the region had received a total of 18.6 inches of snow according to the National Weather Service.

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