Daylight Saving Time Signals End of Winter

After nearly record-breaking snowfall, warm weather is just around the corner.
2:32 | 03/08/15

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We switch gears awe slog toward the finish line of this seemingly unending definitely insuff insufferable winter. Everybody is looking for the smallest signs spring may be near. Like hearing a robin sing, the first pitch of the baseball season and the reason that I think we're all a little sluggish this morning, daylight saving time. It's been over a month since that groundhog predicted six more weeks of winter. And it's safe to say we are ready for it to end. Boston's had almost 106 inches of know this year and needs only 2 more inches of the white stuff to beat their all-time record. Over half of the country remains covered in snow from Chicago to D.C. And New York City. Even the south had a bitter chill to swallow. The snow and slop just won't stop and while kids are having a ball. It means some parents have to get creative to exert their little one's energy. Sprij is around the corner. The first sign, daylight saving. Which means we can look forward to Easter egg hunts, the Easter bunny and peeps. Thank you, Easter bunny. Reporter: Buds blooming on tree. The masters, March madness. The first of the baseball season. Precipitation of a different variety is on the way. So look out, winter. Watch out. Spring is almost here. So long, want. Marciano said doing a snow angel on TV would be a career killer. We'll see. We want to clarify we have the official countdown but just to clarify exactly 1 days to spring. The vernal equinox occurs at what time -- 6:45. All these flying butterflies. It's like avatar in here. In they smoel so good if thanks for getting us in the mood for spring, Paula. This is fantastic. 12 days away and, yeah, it doesn't want to end, does it? We have proof actually that things are beginning to melt. Bayfield, Wisconsin where the ice fields -- keep those butterflies happy. There's one on your shoulder. The ice caves off lake superior, they're beginning to melt and today might be the last day to get access to those so more celebration unless you really like ice caves and

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