So, let's see, there's sun, clouds, rain clouds, wind, calm, huge wind, showers, cold, warm, warmer, warmest, maybe even hot, fog, don't forget the unexpected snow, freezing rain, gentle breezes . . . well, it goes on and on.
Just to confirm that, Charles Dickens was heard to say, "Spring is the time of year when it is summer in the sun and winter in the shade."
Okay, I'll go for that. This is the time of year when you're constantly changing clothes to coordinate with the temperature wherever you are. I would also add to Dickens' observation, "Cooler by the Lake." The lake (Erie that is) has a definite effect on our local weather. Everything is about two weeks behind the folks who live inland. The good thing about this is that the tulips and daffodils last so much longer. We don't get that sudden hot spell that fries everything to a crisp in a day. We have this lovely moderation and spring creeps in slowly and then slowly creeps into summer. My pictures here show that gentle progression.