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Old 04-05-2024, 11:03 PM
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Originally Posted by Threerun View Post
Got you covered. It was 68 yesterday, 55 this morning, high winds early afternoon, then rain, then hail, then gropple and now snow and 30 degrees.

Springtime in the Rockies.
I'd be thrilled with snow.
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Old 04-06-2024, 04:21 AM
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No way on snow, spring here.

Record warmth, lawn already cut 3 times.
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Old 04-06-2024, 08:03 AM
Location: Centre Wellington, ON
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Originally Posted by ChessieMom View Post
I prefer the cold weather. I wouldn't mind spring if we actually got a real spring. Our summers are pure misery and seem to last for 5 months now. Ugh!
Tulips rarely even come up here due to the lack of cold weather. It sucks.
Over here, it often feels like spring is late April to mid June, summer is late June to late August, fall is September to October, and winter is November to mid April.

For me, spring/fall would be mean temps of around 45-65F, summer would be warmer, winter colder.

Based off that, seasons in my area would be
Spring: Apr 25-Jun 25
Summer: Jun 26-Aug 21
Fall: Aug 22-Oct 19
Winter: Oct 20-Apr 24
6 months winter, 2 months spring, 2 months summer, 2 months fall

Seasons in Virginia Beach would be
Fall: Oct 9-Dec 24
Winter: Dec 25-Feb 20
Spring: Feb 21-May 8
Summer: May 9-Oct 8
2 months winter, 2.5 months spring, 5 months summer, 2.5 months fall

An even balance of all four might look like this, I think that would be a pretty nice climate.
Jan: 45/28
Feb: 50/32
Mar: 57/39
Apr: 66/46
May: 73/52
Jun: 79/57
Jul: 82/61
Aug: 79/57
Sep: 72/52
Oct: 63/45
Nov: 54/37
Dec: 46/30

South-central France is pretty similar to that, ex

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Old 04-06-2024, 09:22 AM
Location: In the Pearl of the Purchase, Ky
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Here in Kentucky we're going through redbud winter. We have several cold spells pass through every spring. My neighbors are busy planting their garden. He doesn't like to dig up HIS yard, lol, so they're planting in half barrels, planters, flower bed turning into veggie bed, etc. The dogwoods have bloomed and everything is starting to turn green.
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