In Al Gore's hometown of Nashville, the temperature this Easter morning dropped to a low of 23 degrees, tied for the coldest temperature ever recorded in April (in 137 years of record keeping). Just last Sunday it was in the upper 80s.
In Cleveland, the Indians have had another double header snowed out, but it's hard to lay all the blame on the weather seeing as how the MLB schedulers decided it would be a good idea to have the team open with 10 straight games in Cleveland in early April against opponents from warmer climes and with retractable roof stadiums. Brilliant.
Editor's Note: The News Junkie reports 31 degrees in Pittsfield MA, and the Barrister reports 35 near Hartford. Not a day for Easter bonnets.