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Did April feel nippy? It was

Classic spring temperatures fine for flowering trees and tulips

Spring in bloom
Spring in bloom
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April’s final day will mark the end of below-average spring temperatures in the Capital Region, according to National Weather Service meteorologist Steve DiRienzo. “This is the second colder-than-average month is a row,” he said, digging into some numbers. March was 1.2 degrees below the average temperature of 35 degrees. April’s average temperature over the years has been 47.8 degrees, 2.4 degrees warmer than this year. It’s a measurable difference, but not as dramatic as it ...


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