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Sunny Sunday

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Today we hit 60 degrees and many people spent the day outside.

This group of men gets together every Sunday to play football..

Usually they don't have this many people but with weather this nice, who could say no.

Today they didn't need to wear as many layers as they usually do, but they also didn't have soft white snow to fall into.

"It's rough I mean we got some raspberries, little bruises. It's tough, it's like sandpaper almost cause it's not white fluffy snow, it's really gritty," Mitch Bartling said.

Just across the street we met Justun and his son washing their cars.. something you don't normally see this time of year.

This little guy was still in his winter gear but his dad was so happy about the weather, he was wearing a T-shirt and shorts.

"I was just telling my friends in the fall you wouldn't see this but in the spring it seems like everybody wants to take their winter coats and pants off and just be in shorts and a t-shirt and wash their cars as early as possible," Justun Kitzan said.

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