You smell that?
I think that’s the scent of spring in the air!
After a mild weekend, we’re looking for even warmer temperatures this week…possibly record breaking highs.
It wasn’t all that long ago that we were dealing with sub-zero temperatures and wicked cold wind chills.
Now we’ve got mild…no not mild…warm air that is in the region.
Does that mean winter is over?
Mother Nature, as you all know, can be very fickle.
If you’ve lived up here for any length of time, you know we can see snow…sometimes blizzards…even in April.
And it can even snow into May.
Now, this hasn’t been our typical winter, at least in terms of snow.
We’ve only had a few inches over a foot of snow in both Fargo and Grand Forks…for the entire winter.
I think Boston has seen those amounts in a matter of hours a couple times this year.
So, that begs the question: If we had an abnormally dry winter, will that continue into spring?
Chances are that we’ll at least be on the dry side for the start of spring, and we’ll have to see how things develop after that.
I’m just going to focus on the warm weather that has taken hold of the valley.
I think a good car wash is in order for my car today.
And it sure was nice not having to wear my winter coat into the station today.
Ah…spring is in the air.
And I love it!