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Brief glimpse of spring
By Liz Dadson

Out 'n' About/Weather

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Grass is seen poking through the snow along the Kincardine Lions Club boardwalk, south of the Kincardine Pavilion, Tuesday afternoon




The boardwalk is clear but snow still crowds the edges and blocks most of the access points to the Lake Huron shoreline



Snow and ice cover Lake Huron, as seen from the bottom of Durham Street, Kincardine, Tuesday afternoon



Banks of snow begin to give way along the Lake Huron shoreline, Kincardine, north of the harbour



A huge snowbank blocks the view of Lake Huron, just north of the Kincardine Pavilion

The Kincardine area experienced a brief glimpse of spring Tuesday as the temperature soared to eight-degrees Celsius under a sunny sky.

But that is all about to change as snow and cold are expected to return with a vengeance Wednesday and Thursday.

However, the brief warm spell helped melt away a lot of those huge snowbanks and clean up the icy parking lots.

Spring officially arrives Thursday, March 20.

 
Sand and dirt cling to this huge snowbank, destroying a pristine winter scene, beside the water treatment plant, at the bottom of Durham Street, Kincardine

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Heavy snow blocks the stairway to the beach, along the Lake Huron shoreline, Kincardine, on a sunny Tuesday afternoon


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