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Definition of dogwood winter

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Definition as written by Terry:

Similar to blackberry winter a dogwood winter is a term used by Southerners to describe a period of cold weather that coincides with the blooming of the local dogwoods.

Typically the trees bloom sometime between mid-April and mid-May (depending on the weather variations of the season) and such a cold spell is often the last winter-like weather of the season.


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