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Daffodils are displayed during a preview of the Philadelphia Flower Show Friday, March 10, 2017 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia. The theme of this year's floral festival is "Holland: Flowering the World" and it is scheduled to run from March 11 through March 19. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

It's technically the #FirstDayofSpring. Twitter doesn't believe it.

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Spring officially started at 6:28 a.m. Eastern time today. But for many people across the U.S., the weather (and people's moods) didn't get the memo.

#FirstDayofSpring, unsurprisingly, trended on Twitter, but featured as much skepticism and sarcasm as actual celebration of the season.

It's still too chilly for this Long Island radio station.

New York in general wasn't feeling the weather.

Some people just weren't ready for it.

The weather forecast simply ignored the memo.

Much of the Northeast had fresh memories of a major snowstorm.

And so did people's health.

For some lucky Texans, spring has been going on for months.

Even motivational tweets felt like they were trying to overcome low temperatures.

But some found fresh ways to get over the gloomy forecast.

How do you feel about the first day of spring?

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