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Old Mar 30th, 2005, 03:42 AM   #2011
 
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Three weeks ago we were basking in 19+ temps with bright clear sunny skies.

But now we are suffering with mid teens and intermittent rains. More of the same predicted until well into this weekend.

At least all of the trees out here are either in full bloom or full leaf. The flowers have been up for weeks.

Downside is....my lawn needs mowing. Again.

That will be three times since early february. You guys who reside in the almost perpetually frozen parts of this country have NO idea how lucky you really are.

Espoecially if you have several acres of lawn.
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Old Mar 30th, 2005, 09:32 AM   #2012
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Nice to hear that Bolor is getting in on some of our mild weather. +2 here this morning and forecast to be going to 7 in the sun. It has a chance of making double digit figures here today.
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Old Mar 30th, 2005, 04:17 PM   #2013
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March 30 - sunny but cool. It was still pleasant to go down down to the beach for brunch - blue water and a bit of surf as the tide went out. Lots of trees leafing now. The first batch of flowering fruit trees is finished blossoming, but there are a couple more to come. A few sluggish insects coming out of hibernation and bumbling around. Lots of birds doing their mating thing.
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+2 on the way to 9 in the sunshine. YES!
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Last few days have been gorgeous. +10 to +14. Today we have rain and +4. That should take the snow down. I can see the picnic table in the back yard now.
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=2 on the way to +11 or even higher. Ya gotta love it!
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Cool but very sunny here in St.John's all day.
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Wet and stormy and cold out here. Not very typical for a west coast spring at all.
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Sunny and somewhat mild here in St. John's. Not very typical for a east coast spring at all.
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Heavy overcast this morning; temperature around 5C. Heavy rainfall warning issued. Oh yay.
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