Interesting article, nice to know we are almost to the "goal line." I just spent the past week in the sunny Caribbean and was loving the sunshine!
I live in the Hill Country of Texas and haven't seen weather like this for many years. Our high today was 27 degrees and our low tonight will be 14. That's not unusual for the northern states, but it's supposed to be warm here in the south. Brrrrrr!!!!
It's snowing again today; expecting another 3 inches. We got blasted last week with the near record snow fall of 18.3 inches.
They said we got 20 inches in 1995. That was the year I attempted to retrieve the shovel from our shed and ended up with 5 stitches to my head after bumping it on the overhang of the shed's roof!
We're expecting a balmy 50 degrees this weekend and into next week. Despite the mounds of snow still visible, I'm sure the car washes will be packed this weekend. I'll be in line, too, anxious to get the grime off my trusty SUV!
Happy Spring everyone!
Lots of snow in Chicago. I hope the break is coming soon. Sounds like another one of those arctic blasts is headed our way.
I can't believe it's -22 degrees in New Mexico. It was warm and slushy up here in New Hampshire yesterday--in the opposite corner of the country--and usually the cold corner! One more "big mama" storm coming. It's really all over the place with amazing swings. But excited to hear about a warm spring. Thanks for these great blogs.