Spring is in the air and the city of Cheyenne is green again...for now. According to meteorologist Don Day, a cold winter has produced less moisture in the region, which could create drought-like conditions this summer.

“It’s a vicious cycle — dry spring, dry winter, dry summer," Day told the Scottsbluff Star-Herald earlier this year. “The central and southern Rockies and the central and southern high plains are particularly dry right now, and the tendency in the pattern we’re in right now is for that to continue.”

Which begs the question, how long will our grass be green? Tell us what you think.