CINCINNATI - So it's finally time for the deep freeze to leave the Tri-State. This means things will stop looking like this:
Not to mention this:
And we’ll stop showing you pictures like this:
In fact, spring-like temperatures sound so great we asked our Facebook fans: What are your plans for the moment it turns a balmy 40 degrees in the Tri-State?
- Change your wardrobe.
Because let's face it: Everyone's sick of seeing the same jackets, snow boots and scarves you've been wearing constantly (and possibly indoors) for the past three months.
- Let fresh air in.
Opening the windows will be a luxury for a number of reasons. First off, if you park outside chances are your car windows haven't gone down in a few months. Plus, with all of the money spent on heat this year, you probably can't afford to use more electricity.
- Explore in your own backyard.
Loveland loves the bike trail, and there's tons to do now that staying inside isn't the only option.
- Spend time outside.
Doing whatever makes you happy. In appropriate attire.
- Go back to the land.
Time to say goodbye to all your winter veggies from the grocery and hello to things you can pick in your own yard.
- And while you're out there planting...
...you might as well look for things you lost in the snow. Like your furniture.
- Or you could just complain like you have all winter.
Just about something else.
- Or use this time to leave the Tri-State.
...because you need a vacation anyway.
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