The seasons of winter and spring have changed a lot since the 1960s.

The new spring, and springtime, are coming.

Here are some key facts about how they’re changing.

Springtime Weather The weather that starts in April is the same as the same weather that ends in March.

However, it’s usually colder, more humid, and windier in the spring than in the fall.

Spring and summer are usually very cold and wet.

There’s a few exceptions to this, like the Pacific Northwest.

Spring has been a very hot year for most of the last century, with temperatures averaging nearly 20 degrees Fahrenheit (12 degrees Celsius) above normal, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

However in 2016, spring was one of the hottest on record.

It was the fourth-warmest year on record, according the U.S. Weather Bureau.

It’s also the third-driest.

There are other notable exceptions.

The last time it was this cold was a blizzard in the Northeast in 1997.

It also marked the warmest spring on record in Alaska.

Spring in the United States The United States is currently experiencing the most winter on record with a record-setting winter of 15.1 degrees (4.7 Fahrenheit) below normal in January, according a NASA analysis of data from the National Climatic Data Center.

This is the second-warmth-on-record winter on the East Coast, behind only the 1998 winter.

But it’s the second warmest winter on land.

On average, the U, D.C., and S.C. are currently the driest and warmest on record during the winter, according NASA.

A cold snap and the snow and ice in January can make the winters feel much colder, but it’s not necessarily the case.

According to the U., D.O., and the S.D.

C, the cold snap is not the result of a lack of snow or ice.

It is, instead, the result, in part, of more air in the atmosphere that was not previously snowed in.

That air gets pushed into the atmosphere.

This cold air pushes cold air back into the ground and into the oceans, causing more snow and more freezing rain.

The U.N. says this is the first time in the last 50 years that an Arctic winter has occurred.

The average winter for the United Kingdom in 2017 was only the second time in 100 years that it was the second coldest on the planet.

This was a record year for the UK, the United Arab Emirates, and Oman.

The United Kingdom is also the world’s driest country in 2017 with the average temperature of -14 degrees Celsius ( -7.5 Fahrenheit) above average, according NOAA.

The UK is the drier country in the world, averaging -8 degrees Celsius (-10.3 Fahrenheit) per day.

A cool Arctic winter means a dry winter in the U and D.N., with temperatures ranging from -4 degrees Celsius to -20 degrees Celsius.

The warm air from the Gulf Stream is moving into the Arctic and causing a warmer winter in Europe and South America, according WeatherBell Analytics.

This warming effect is also being felt in the South Pacific Ocean, which is currently the warm and moistest on Earth, according Climate Central.

The Arctic is melting the Greenland ice sheet, causing a mass retreat of the Greenland sea ice.

This sea ice is retreating faster than the sea ice itself, and the mass of the melting ice is also contributing to a record melting of Greenland’s glaciers.

This mass of melting ice has created a massive caldera in the Arctic.

The calderas can cause ice sheets to collapse, creating the new polar vortex, which can affect the polar jet stream and cause warmer air to move south, which causes warmer air back north.

The jet stream is a powerful force that moves air over a large area.

If it goes south, then cooler air moves over the equator and warm air moves westward, causing an upward shift of the jet stream.

In the past few decades, the jet has moved much more slowly, but in 2017 it was pushing south-southeast toward the coast of North America.

Winter Weather The spring is also one of those seasons that can be cold, hot, or both, depending on what time of year it is.

Some people love the cold and can be frostbitten by the cold.

Others like the heat and can enjoy it while still having fun.

This year, we’re getting the hottest temperatures ever recorded in the contiguous U..

S., according to Climate Central data.

But the cold isn’t just a problem for people who enjoy the cold: It’s killing some wildlife, too.

Here’s a look at the most common species of birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, and fish affected by winter weather: Winter Birds and Mammals Winter birds are not the only species affected by spring weather. Many