It’s hard to believe that less than two months ago we were in the depths of our snowiest winter in decades. The only remaining hints are the deep soil moisture levels, the result of the tremendous amount of snowmelt, plus a wet early spring.
Spring made a sudden appearance, with abnormal early-season warmth contributing to our leafing trees and rapidly escalating pollen counts.
As we move forward through the heart of springtime, any visions of this past winter in the rear-view mirror will become blurrier and blurrier.
* Jim Duncan