All the leaves fell off the trees, and then they started budding again. A few days later. That's how we do
early spring winter in this part of the world.
We had a string of 70+ degree days. I don't remember how many. Enough to lose count.
Enough to coax the daffodils out of the ground.
And the cherry trees to bloom.
This is as close as we get to snow around here.
I walked the streets of my neighborhood one late afternoon with my camera.
But don't worry, it's not that perfect here - today the weather remembered that it is still winter. The wind blew; the rain fell; the temperature dropped to at least 50 degrees.
Happy Valentine's Day!