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TB: first bloom in Massachusetts

From: "Nancy Coffey" <ncoffey@netrover.com>

I'm trying to get an idea of the weather I could expect around
Stockbridge MA, in the Berkshires, in early May because I am planning a
holiday then. I thought if I could relate it to the time that people
who live  around there see their first TBs each year, I wouldn't be
guilty of an OT post!

I looked back in my records and found the following dates for where I
live just outside Bowmanville, Ontario, east of Toronto on the north
side of Lake Ontario:

1996--June 8
1997--June 13 (a very late spring)
1998--May 24 (a very early spring)

I live out in the country, about 10 miles from the lake, surrounded by
trees, so people in the town might have bloom a week earlier.

If anyone has any information for me, I'd appreciate it.
Thank you,

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