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Darin Newsom DTN Senior Analyst
Fri Mar 28, 2014 09:08 AM CDT

Spring: Mother Nature at her seductive temptress best to a world weary of winter. Never more so than this year, at least not by my limited capacity for memory. Spring, with its elusive beginning. My unofficial calendar shows March 1 as the start date. But this year March came in like a lion and devoured the lamb. Punxsutawney Phil pegged March 16 (six weeks after Groundhog Day). Yet Jack Frost decided to hang around. The official first day of March 20 came and went with much of the U.S. still frozen in place. The familiar question rises through the cold, ...

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