After brutal winter, hot summer days are bearable

New England is known for its scenic views and four seasons

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – We’re entering the hottest part of the summer, from July 14th to July 20th, and we definitely felt the start of the hot spell Sunday.

But do these hot summer days really bother you?

Emily Bouwer of Granville told 22News, “Honestly, today [Sunday] is not too bad compared to last week, when the humidity was really, really awful. So, the heat we can deal with, it’s the humidity that is pretty difficult.”

New England is known for its scenic views and four seasons, and the best part about that is once one season goes by, you can look forward to the next one. Some residents thought long and hard after this past winter, and if living here was worth it.

But the different seasons brings everyone back home to western Massachusetts, especially after all the warm temperatures and sunshine we got this weekend

“I just moved back from Florida. I’m originally from New England, and I would prefer to have the four seasons. I do enjoy this weather today, but I do enjoy the four seasons.”

There is beauty in each separate season and everyone likes something different from each. After a gorgeous weekend under our belts, it outweighs the harsh winter days we once had.

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