We Canadians talk about the weather a lot, especially rural folk.
When Spring hits, even if it's temporary, we get incredibly excited. People literally come out of the woodwork.
Today's Mundane Monday is about signs of Spring (capitalized to signify the importance and reverence it should have) in your part of the world (unless of course, your part of the world doesn't emerge from winter like ours does, in which case you can still talk about the weather).
Here is a handy dandy fahrenheit to celsius converter if you are are going to include your day time temperature, so everyone understands. I still have no clue what you mean if you tell me in fahrenheit.
I shall begin: Yesterday was go outside without a coat on weather. It supposedly got up to 17 degrees! In late-ish March! I have seen (and heard) robins and I have also seen starlings, although I've not witnessed a mass flock of starlings on my lawn which sometimes occurs. I did a burn in the burn barrel and while I was out there, I was charmed by four little chipmunks racing over and under a pile of cedar rails. They weren't the least bit bothered by my presence. Spring flowers are starting to emerge.
My little clump of snowdrops has wandered to a different location on the lawn, but they are still my first sign.
As well, my little dark purple crocuses (yes, that is the plural form, I checked) are also emerging. When I took this photo it was a little early in the morning for them to be open.
Lastly, along with the robins and starlings, my chickens are very happy to be outside, scratching around through the leaf cover that I dumped in their run last fall.