Opposite of Indian Summer. Happens in the Spring, especially in the souther states, just after the trees and plants have bloomed and you are getting
used to the warmer weather
and you think you can put up your winter
coat and fleece-lined pants, winter weather
returns with freezing temperatures and even snow.
1)Friend: It is after Easter, so I planted my garden. Me: What are you thinking? Friend: What do you mean? Me: It's going
to snow 11 inches on Tuesday. We are still having Indian Winter.
2) Oh no, it's going
to be freezing tomorrow night, and I've packed away all of my winter clothes. I didn't count on Indian Winter hanging so long.
3) The tree blooms look really pretty covered in the ice left by the Indian Winter.