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    Super Member shequilts's Avatar
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    Like everyone else, I'm so tired of winter. Today gave me hope for springtime. Has your weather improved?

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    We are having some sunshine, and springing forward with daylight saving time has really helped. We've had enough rain and snow!

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    Rain, clouds, rain - great quilting weather!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shequilts
    Like everyone else, I'm so tired of winter. Today gave me hope for springtime. Has your weather improved?
    My crocuses are in bloom, the sun has been shining and it is a little warmer, but still have not seen a robin.

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    It has been unseasonably warm here for weeks. Which puts everyone in the planting mood. And then there is always that one last freeze which kills everything and have to start over. We are trying to wait.

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    was beautiful yesterday...
    today barely hit 50 and grey...threatening rain all day...yuck

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    I am so jealous. We hear that we may have 3 days this week that may hit 60. We would be so grateful. That would really get rid of some of these huge snow piles. Whoopee!

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    I'm soooo green with envy :mrgreen: It was 36 in my neighborhood today...and windy :hunf:

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    Our weather keeps bouncing back and forth between warm and cold. It's making ppl sick.

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    Jealous! The high temp here was 43 and a snow squall came through! March is probably the worse month in New England, cold, dreary, dirty old snow. Our good weather will come in May. And I can't wait!

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    78 here today - 18 holes of golf - Cumquat trees full of fruit - Azaleas in bloom by the thousands - maybe prettier than the Masters!!

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    It was beautiful today. Sunshine and nice temps.

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    LOL I had 64 degrees yesterday and got woke up to my daughters school superintendent calling to say school was called off because of inclement weather and hazardous roads! Looked outside and we had snow on the ground! It snowed all day now its raining! Oh well I got two quilt tops done today since I didn't have to drag everyone out of the house twice and my daughter was able to keep her brothers occupied!

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    Lucky you!

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    My covered back patio thremometer said 90 today. It was a nice day in the desert. 90 is nice when there is no humidity.

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    ENVY

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    We have been having nice day, then nasty day, hoping it will get better soon. I to am tired of winter.

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    Yes, we have been in the 70's here for the past couple of days. I opened up the blinds and windows in my sewing room, and with a light breeze blowing it felt like I was sewing on my front porch.....was WONDERFUL!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shequilts
    Like everyone else, I'm so tired of winter. Today gave me hope for springtime. Has your weather improved?
    It did for a few days, now its back in the 30's but that's suppose change tomorrow, hoping any way...LOL

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    beautiful here today. the kids and I picked the last of my cabbage that survived the winter and planted a few bulbs. I have lettuce, turnips, and collards that are coming up. Now if it just doesn't get too hot too soon!

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    Ha, read that stuff on FL and still don't miss it.... got so tired of cooking turkey in air conditioning and sweating like a hog in March pulling weeds..(I grew up in WPB back in the 40's)

    Here in North Alabama the weather has been much better this week... in the low 70's today, a cool snap coming through and the weekend it will be in the 70's... daffodils, tulips, cherry trees, pear trees, forsythia's all blooming... sparrow's, blue birds nesting.. spring is on the way.

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    It's getting cooler here.Yeh!

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    Not sure what the high was today, but tomorrow we will make it only to 35F with snow in the forecast. :thumbdown:

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    The Bradford pears, the tulip magnolia, star magnolia, weeping cherry, daffodils and a couple of things I don't know are blooming.....I think, am hoping, it maybe, could be spring in Knoxville.

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    A tiny bit, yesterday when walked still needed gloves, but today may near 50 yeah!

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