Barometers are a useful tool for weather prediction, and come in many sizes and styles from simple to elaborate. This gold barometer clearly shows the inside spring mechanism which moves the gauge in response to changing air pressure.
The gauge on this barometer is pointing to stormy weather which is clearly shown in the background rain and lightening. This brass barometer shows the spring mechanisms inside and has weather descriptions for easier interpretation.
Digital illustration of bare deciduous tree branches. In the Northern Hemisphere, deciduous trees grow new leaves each Spring and lose their leaves each Autumn. Many trees have bare branches during the Winter months.
Several bushes of bright pink azalea are in full bloom. The flowers and green leaves are slightly wet, indicating that a rain just watered the blossoms. Commonly seen in both the spring and summertime, pink azaleas are a welcome addition to any garden.
A close-up of pale pink and white dogwood blooms, with yellow pistons, result in a delicate photograph on a dark background. The blossoms, which are common in southern areas of the United States, are symbolic of spring and the Easter holiday.
Wooden playground equipment, complete with a fire pole and rope ladder, sits on a green lawn. Busy backyards and playgrounds are full of the laughter of playing children as they swing, slide, and climb on the play equipment.
It comes after the PM has been told by ministers that lockdown rules will remain in the UK until next spring unless he can see off the pressure to delay their easing.
Daily Mail. Sun, 13 Jun 2021 17:47:41 +0100.
The number of vaccine doses administered to children dropped by as much 63 percent as stay-at-home orders were issued in spring of 2020.
Roni Caryn Rabin. New York Times. Thu, 10 Jun 2021 21:50:48 +0000.
PCC Community Markets is delaying the opening of a new store in downtown Seattle until next spring due to a lack of workers to staff the location. ...
George Anderson. Retail Wire. Thu, 10 Jun 2021 14:10:41 +0000.
College enrollment this spring fell to 16.9 million students from 17.5 million, a one-year decline of 3.5% and the largest decrease seen since 2011.
By Michael T. Nietzel, Senior Contributor. Forbes. Thu, 10 Jun 2021 01:10:00 -0400.