Spring Breakup - View from Morgan's Cabin
The transition from late winter conditions to early summer tends to be a protracted and erratic process over much of Newfoundland. Purely from the standpoint of climate and weather, "spring" in this region implies an overall rise of mean daily temperatures through the melting point, causing gradual disappearance of snow and ice. Implicit in this phenonomen is the happy expectancy that summer is just around the corner.
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