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  1. Gorgeous today, don't think you can get much better. Wouldn't mind a hot and dry (humidity wise) summer.
  2. That's interesting actually. This time of year would probably have the highest DP depression on average since it's typically dry warmth.
  3. Wow, 9 times (or 6 April's) over a span of 70 years is impressive.
  4. But then Easter through next week look amazing, sun and warmth.
  5. Yeah I should have kept better records, though I know it got warm sometime around those years.
  6. And was it April 2012 or 2013 that featured some heat here?
  7. It's only for one day, not like we are torching for weeks on end. 50's and 60's are back starting this weekend. It's a nice treat for us to briefly enjoy.
  8. I think 17-18 was better tbh. This year was really saved by 3 weeks in February. No snow in March is disappointing too.
  9. Cause it's been SO dry recently. Wait till tomorrow and Friday.
  10. Still haven't yet, I swear it gets later every year.
  11. Definitely agree, and it's amazing how 02-03 was on par with this year for Dec. and Feb. but at least back then we had spring snow.
  12. I'm actually surprised that the snow just shut off after February. Very odd like others have mentioned to have such a poor January and March. Watch us get a good April storm lol.
  13. Usually May is our ticket to good weather. March is when we get a hint of some warmth (next week for example) and April is the transition. I agree though, spring has tended to be a damp and cool season for us with brief warmups as of recently. Fall is the opposite, a continuation of summer like Bluewave has mentioned.
  14. Right but "snow melt " in general doesn't include massive snow piles, those are artifically created and 10+ feet in some cases. It's understood those will be around long after the grass is bare.
  15. Do you actually think he means the snow melted down to .33"? That's the LE dude.