Yes, it's spring, even if we have the possibility of mixed precipitation bearing down on us for Thursday night. (At least it isn't 19 degrees F with near blizzard conditions, like it was in Denver, Colorado earlier today.)
I am writing this on my laptop (the evening before). This is what spring is looking like in the Binghamton area of upstate New York.
For some reason my first daffodil, which has had a flower bud for several weeks, still hasn't decided to open up.
And - yesterday my spouse had to stop a couple of small grey birds from building a next in our mailbox.
I saw a male cardinal in my yard, but I wasn't able to get my camera in time.
Tomorrow, we will have truly spring like weather - a chance of thunderstorms and "severe weather".
What does spring mean where you live? (Even if you have just entered fall).