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Has Spring Sprung? Sure Looks Like It—Photo Gallery

From daffodils at Jack London Park to brilliant mustard in the formerly flooded Schellville.

In yet another eye-popping display of color, Sonoma Valley seems to be undergoing an early Spring.

The Schellville area, flooded in heavy rains in November and December, is now bursting with brilliant yellow mustard. Daffodils can be seen along the sides of Highway 12 into town. And trees with delicate pink and white petals punctuate the landscape.

If you've encountered some visually poetic scenes, we invite you to add them to this gallery.

Continued warm dry weather is expected in the long range outlook for Sonoma County.

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