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Spring has sprung in New London

Published April 03. 2013 4:00AM
Tim Cook/The Day
A front lawn filled with flowering crocuses Tuesday along Ocean Avenue in New London reminds passers-by that spring has arrived despite the day's cold and blustery weather. Temperatures will continue to rise throughout the week, with inland areas expected to enjoy a 60-degree day Sunday.

A front lawn filled with flowering crocuses Tuesday along Ocean Avenue in New London reminds passers-by that spring has arrived despite the day's cold and blustery weather.

Temperatures will continue to rise throughout the week, with inland areas expected to enjoy a 60-degree day Sunday.

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