Many out in De Pere enjoying first day of spring

Posted at 4:38 PM, Mar 20, 2016

De Pere, Wi -- With the first day of spring in North East Wisconsin, came a sunny dry day. For many, that means being outside in the park. 

“Trails dry don’t have to worry about getting your shoes muddy”  says Joe Sabel.

After a run on the Fox River Trail he's spending the day throwing a football around with friends.

While Brent Tamulion gets out with man's best friend. He says the weather is so nice he’s wondering why the trail isn’t more crowded.

“We were wondering why there's not more people out are they watching basketball or what?” says Tamulion.

And the dry weather helps Randi Blohoviak get a kick start on summer.

“I love rollerblading it’s what I do all summer so its nice to be able to come out and go rollerblading” Says Blohoviak.

But the rollerblading and the spring fever could soon be followed by snow, after all it is March in Wisconsin.