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What is the weather like in your area during spring?

  1. dwilliamson profile image59
    dwilliamsonposted 9 years ago

    What is the weather like in your area during spring?

  2. gusripper profile image36
    gusripperposted 9 years ago

    here the weather almost every year the same.Starting March thats still cold but the destroy is humidity that sometimes is about 94% like was today,Sunshine most of the days,and a lot of green around,April is little bit the same but more colours in nature,May is the best month with days full of sun,green green green everywhere,soft clothes and no more rains,no more hit expens,and no aspirines.

  3. Cam Anju profile image72
    Cam Anjuposted 9 years ago

    Spring here is when the weather heats starts to heat back up just a bit.. it's always in the 70's, spring is when all the flowers in my current areas start to bloom, it gets very colorful and beautiful in the spring!

    Near the end of spring, is starts raining a lot.. then it heats up the flowers and plants all die and it gets very hot!

  4. earnestshub profile image89
    earnestshubposted 9 years ago

    Spring here is crisp mornings and beautiful sunny days with a few cold days and showers before our long hot summer begins.

  5. eric2112 profile image80
    eric2112posted 9 years ago

    Spring in western Pennsylvaina starts with very cool mornings, sometimes around freezing and warms to near seventy degrees throughout the day. There are alot of very windy days accompanied by rain showers and storms. You can smell spring in the air just like before a nice long rain.

    There is a lot of pollen floating through the air and my lawn furniture and cars are usually covered in a yellow dusting of it.

    Spring is one of my favorite times of the year because everything is new again!

  6. Treasured Pasts profile image77
    Treasured Pastsposted 8 years ago

    Check out my hub "Where to Retire. I have been tracking weather for about 10-15 places on both coasts. www.hubpages.com/profile/treasured+pasts.

  7. Dottie1 profile image73
    Dottie1posted 8 years ago

    Spring or any season for that matter is hard to predict on a day to day basis.  The weather can change quicker than the blink of an eye.  Mother nature loves to keep New Englanders on their toes.  It's just part of the New England experience.

  8. lmoynihan082 profile image61
    lmoynihan082posted 7 years ago

    I'm living in Ireland and lately the weather is absolutely divine.It's very hot in the morning and afternoon and quite pleasant in the evenings however being that it is Ireland that could all change next week.

 
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