June 25, 2015

NORTH AMERICA

+10 days

+8 days

+6 days

+4 days

+2 days

MORE DAYS OF SPRING

FEWER DAYS OF SPRING

-2 days

-4 days

-6 days

-8 days

-10 days

Titusville

FLORIDA

Hyannis

MASSACHUSETTS

Calgary

CANADA

New York City

NEW YORK

Detroit

MICHIGAN

Asheville

NORTH CAROLINA

Birmingham

ALABAMA

Boulder

COLORADO

Sioux City

IOWA

Las Vegas

NEVADA

Corpus Christi

TEXAS

EUROPE/MIDDLE EAST

Reykjavík

ICELAND

Athalassa

CYPRUS

Dublin

IRELAND

Jerusalem

ISRAEL

Oslo

NORWAY

Stockholm

SWEDEN

Luxembourg City

LUXEMBOURG

Paris

FRANCE

Rome

ITALY

Helsinki

FINLAND

Uppsala

SWEDEN

Berlin

GERMANY

Barcelona

SPAIN

Madrid

SPAIN

ASIA/AUSTRALIA

Sapporo

JAPAN

Cities are plotted by the change in the average number of spring days in 1985–99 vs. 2000–14. Sapporo averaged 72 days of spring from 1985 to 1999 and 74 from 2000 to 2014

Incheon

SOUTH KOREA

Beijing

CHINA

Shanghai

CHINA

Tokyo

JAPAN

Roi Et

THAILAND

New Delhi

INDIA

Source: NOAA daily weather records for each location with at least 350 days of temperature data each year from 1985 to 2014. TIME determined the total range of temperatures by looking at the top 3% and bottom 3% of daily highs in this 30-year window. A day was considered to be springlike if it fell between 35% and 70% of the range from the coldest to hottest regional temperatures.

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This appears in the July 06, 2015 issue of TIME.

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