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At top left, an unfortunate bee was caught unawares during a routine pollination; at center, a flowering magnolia tree bears the additional weight of snow caps, while, at right, the tip of a still-closed tulip is graced with a tuft of snow.

At top left, an unfortunate bee was caught unawares during a routine pollination; at center, a flowering magnolia tree bears the additional weight of snow caps, while, at right, the tip of a still-closed tulip is graced with a tuft of snow.

April fools

After a strong spring warming, Yellow Springs woke up to an all-too familiar winter sight Tuesday morning, as a quick cold front brought a sticky blanket of snow and freezing temperatures to the region.

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