The weekend that begins the unofficial start to summer brought a record-breaking freeze to some parts of northeast Ohio this Saturday morning.
Akron fell to 29 degrees, beating its old record low of 32 degrees, from 1925.
Cleveland fell to 33 degrees, beating its record of 35 degrees, set in 1956.
In Youngstown, Saturday morning's low was 30 degrees, tieing the record initially set in 1956.
Toledo fell to 36 degrees, which was 15° colder than the historical average for May 25th, but the record of 33 continues to stand, from 1963.