Michigan weather has been putting its residents through some surprisingly warm weather for mid-February. These photos reflect how the temperature has been adjusting life around campus at Central Michigan University. This slight movement of the seasons prompted more students to wear lighter clothes and enjoy the fresh air a bit more than usual. Whether the warmer Spring weather will stay or if Winter will make a harsh return will be seen in the weeks to come.February 23rd was a nice break from cold winds on a walk to class. A warm breeze was much appreciated.
Bikes outside of Pearce Hall on Thursday Feb. 23rd. The nice weather has more people utilizing their bikes to enjoy their commute to class.
Some snow near the railroad tracks hangs on as temperatures rise in a oddly warm February.
Flowers start to break through the ground outside of Anspach Hall on Feb. 23rd. The plants seem to be enjoying the warmer weather.
Mary-Catherine McLaughlin dresses in a light jacket and capris to accomodate for the warmer weather on Feb. 23rd. Not many students have been wearing their winter coats lately.
Leaves on a tree outside of Moore Hall hang on after surviving some harsh weather in the weeks before. Small signs of fall still show as Spring is coming up quickly.