NewsDepth Inbox: Season 49 - Episode #22

Last week we asked you to write to us with your seasonal observations. Here's what some of you said:

Aurora, Lincoln Elementary: I've noticed a lot, for example, it's raining not snowing here in Ohio. The temperatures are rising and then coming back down. The grass in my yeard hasn't started growing back, because there is too much rain (my backyard looks like a swamp). There are no blossoms at the park, there are no leaves on the trees at my house, and there are a lot of birds in my back yard. A couple of days ago it looked like there was a nest made out of birds (which means birds are coming back). That's all the things I've noticed so far, but I'm sure there'll be more. PS: I watch all your videos.

Logan, Ayer Elementary: Dear NewsDepth, I have noticed that it is getting warmer and that trees are starting to bloom as spring is coming closer. Also, people wearing shorts and short sleeve shirts instead of pants and different shoes too. That is what I have noticed happening outside.

Lily, Orchard Hill Intermediate: I have been noticing that the weather has been going from hot to cold or cold to hot but I have also realized that these past couples of days it's been warm but windy so it was colder and it has affected my family!! we've all got colds. That's what I have observed about the weather.

Avery, Munroe Elementary: In Tallmadge, Ohio right now we do not have much snow. There has been snow this Winter, just lots at a time, then not much for sometimes a couple of days. The last couple of weeks have been feeling more and more like Spring, which me and my family are pretty happy about.

Anabel, Rushwood Elementary: Dear NewsDepth, I noticed that it is getting warmer outside. There is not much snow on the ground. I also noticed that the sun is setting later at night. I noticed it is raining a lot too. I can't wait for the next episode!

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