A year ago this weekend temperatures soared into the 80s in southern Indiana.
Today’s high, however, is expected to reach only into the upper 50s; and there’s not a 60-degree day forecast until April 6.
The winter that refuses to go away (spring officially arrived nine days ago) has kept many people, including Jess Quigley of Seymour, cooped up indoors and unable to work in yards and gardens.
“I think I went to sleep and slept through spring, summer and fall and woke up in winter again,” Quiqley said. “I went out and checked on the trees for buds, and they’re there. So there’s some hope.”
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