spring in Minnesota

Do we dare hope for flowers sooner than May?

According to George Latimer Apperson's "Dictionary of Proverbs," we can trace the phrase "April showers bring May flowers" to an 1886 saying — "March winds and April showers bring forth May flowers" — which might have even deeper roots in a 1610 poem. We've had March winds and we are getting the rain early. Do we dare hope for flowers sooner than May? 

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