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Boston broke a weather record Thursday, with temperatures going into the low 80s. (AP)
Boston broke a weather record Thursday, with temperatures going into the low 80s. (AP)

It’s going to be in the 80’s today around Massachusetts, in March! And it's not just today — according to the Blue Hill Observatory, this winter was the second warmest and second least snowy on record, after 2001-2002.

Our panel of experts talk about how the early start to summer temps affects wildlife, agriculture, allergies and more.

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This segment aired on March 22, 2012.

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