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    Anyone else have touch of Spring Fever?

    This past week, we had a couple days in the 60 degree range. It was sunny and warm enough to drive with the windows rolled down. On the way home on those nights, I heard the frogs chirping in the ponds nearby. Also, I got to get outside for a bit yesterday and do a little bit of yard work/relaxing outside.

    Needless to say, I can feel Spring Fever coming on. I am sure the cooler temps are still ahead for the next few weeks, but once I catch the first sounds of the froggies at night, I know that there is hope for warmer days to come.

    How about you? Any feverish signs yet?
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    omg Canada SO! wants to kick your butt right now!

    This past week parts of the country have been buried under snow. The east coast got more than a metre (3ft) and where I am in central Ontario we got 40cm (1.25ft) over night.
    We don't have Spring fever yet but I think I can safely say we are in the midst of Cabin Fever!
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    We're actually having somewhat of a reversed spring fever here in "it never rains in Southern California - Albert Hammond" land ..... It's pouring down outside, where's that california sun???
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    No, I'm not having spring fever.. because its still summer here. The temp is about 35 degree C (sorry, no idea whats that in F), but what kills you is the humidity - about 70-80% - all the time...

    Thats what you get when you live in the tropics.....

    I am very envious of you Duxxy, I have never seen snow.
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    Trade ya!! (for the week)

    35C is about 94F with the humidity I think I'd melt into a puddle
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    - You rock Duxxy!
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    Mstvfan, I'm with you! We've had 60-degree weather here in Virginia too this week. Today I got a car wash to take off both snow salt and bird doo. I am *longing* for spring to really show up. But I'll take the birds singing every morning already.
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    I hate winter in San Francisco. It's rainy and cold right now. And it's foggy in the mornings. And no snow. I haven't seen 70-degree weather in months.

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    The closest I've had is clearing the ice off of the driveway when the sun hits it. I've had enough winter so if that's Spring Fever bring it on!
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    So I said to him, "Look, buddy, your car was upside down when we got here. And as for your Grandma, she shouldn't have mouthed off like that!" --Homer Simpson

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    Yup, sadly we had a few days that went in the almost 70 range and all the cherry and plum trees started blossoming like crazy. Then a huge windy storm came through and blew off most of the blossoms. I'm so sick of the yard being a mucky mess all the time. I'm such a weather wimp, I need the sun!
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