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We will be in New England in early March to visit family.  Neither of us like cold weather.  However, I do like birds.  I saw the post by @millipede about Plum Island but the HIGHs are in the low 40s for early March.  🥶  Wondering if the Birds-to-Discomfort ratio would be in our favor or if we should wait until later in the season. @Avery

 

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Go for it.  You never know, you might luck into a really warm day, say in the 50's.  Here in New England we look forward to March, when we can start to get out our short-sleeved shirts.

Plum Island is a good spot, if you're in Eastern MA, but you are correct to be cautious.  The weather can be nasty, especially near the ocean like that, but there's no way to predict this far in advance.  Could be a nice warm sunny day, or a nor'easter.

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On 12/3/2021 at 8:34 AM, JP48 said:

Go for it.  You never know, you might luck into a really warm day, say in the 50's.  Here in New England we look forward to March, when we can start to get out our short-sleeved shirts.

Plum Island is a good spot, if you're in Eastern MA, but you are correct to be cautious.  The weather can be nasty, especially near the ocean like that, but there's no way to predict this far in advance.  Could be a nice warm sunny day, or a nor'easter.

We will come prepared for cold weather, and play it by ear.  I can handle it better than my south Florida-born spouse.

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