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Warm weather in December brings more outdoors

JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) - It's been a fairly warm December. With temperatures reaching in the mid 60's you would think it was almost spring time. With colder weather on its way, why not soak up the last bit of fall before old man winter takes over.

"It's not too hot not too cold like we were talking about it you don't have to worry about bundling them up and they can come out here and have a good time with the ducks and play," said Paul Potts.

If Potts had it his way, it would feel like this every day of the year.

"I'd like it to stay just the way it is not too hot not too cold, you know just kind of in the middle somewhere," said Potts.

Some like it hot, some like it cold, but when the weather outside is supposed be frightful, snow would be delightful.

"I like the warm weather but like I said it's supposed to be cold and I'd like a little bit of snow," said James Murphy.

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