There was a robin in the front tree two days ago. One always thinks of spring when they show up, but it's only early February, and the Audubon Society says there are some who stay up here all winter. But we will still always think of spring when we see a robin.
Yesterday it was sixty degrees while I was in the library. Not when I went to work, or when I left, but in between. Or that's what they all told me.
At three o'clock, and seventeen inches. (Is this the kind of winter you dream of, Lynda?) ;-) It's about nineteen by now, and drifting. Actually, this kind of weather is far more likely here than 60 degrees in February. It's just that it's been quite a mild winter until now.
a close-up for you
But I think that's it for the mildness. There was actually thunder and lightning with this storm.