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Last updated on Thursday, February 2, 2012
(UNDATED) - With warmer weather, the trees and flowers will begin budding. But if it gets cold again, some of the buds might be damaged.
Wednesday saw highs in the 50's and lows in the high 3o's.
Experts say fruit trees such as apples and ornamental plants such as crab apples are perhaps at greatest risk. Experts say it doesn't take much cold to cause some damage.
You will begin to see some crocuses begin popping up and start blooming soon. Then the Daffodils and tulips will bloom.
Lawns shouldn't be affected by the warm weather, you might see a little growth, but if cold weather returns it will not be damaged.
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