(1/13/05) Residents of the Carolinas have been spoiled with two weeks of spring-like weather to start the new year. While January has already produced snow and ice storms from California to the Northeast, highs in the Piedmont have consistently been in the 60s and 70s. The warm weather appears to have 'tricked' some trees and flowers into thinking that spring has already arrived. Jim Monroe is a horticulture agent with the North Carolina Extension Service. WFAE's Scott Graf spoke with him about the warm weather and its effects on plants.