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      Spring is here in Arizona and that means only one thing, hurry up and go outside before the triple digits get here!

      The season before summer has mixed meanings for many Phoenicians, but we all welcome it with open arms.

      We spent the past few months bundled up in our hoodies, and we're eager to bust out the shorts and sock-free sandals.

      So as we dive into spring, many of us are venturing outdoors. But before you head off to go explore here are some activities to do before the excessive heat arrives.

      Take a hike.

      80-degree temperatures and clear skies are the perfect ingredients for a day of hiking. If you take a trip to any trail around the Valley, the parking lots would be plenty full.

      From Camelback Mountain to Lost Dutchman State Park, there are plenty of options to choose from. But if you do head out on a hike, don't forget to watch out for rattlesnakes.

      SHARE:?Post your hiking photos on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter using #BeOn12.?

      Walk your dog after 1 p.m.

      Anyone who's experienced the Phoenix summers knows just how dangerous the season can be. And it's just as precarious for your pooch. The soaring temps make it virtually impossible for pets to walk on outside surfaces.

      Burns and heat stroke are just some of the dangers pets face during the summer months, so the cooler temps allow residents to explore the neighborhoods with their furry friends.

      RELATED:Paw-Pup Park: Temporary dog park opens in downtown Phoenix

      Stop and smell the poppies.

      If you're following the 12 News Instagram page, you're definitely well aware that wildflower season is in full bloom.?

      March and April are prime months for wildflower watching, with several spots around the Valley producing picturesque poppies.

      Lost Dutchman and Picacho Peak are just a couple of popular locations to view the springtime flowers. And thanks to the recent rainfall, the scenery is spectacular.?

      Eat on the patio.

      While it's still very possible in the summer, eating outside on the patio wouldn't be very comfortable. Many of the restaurants around Phoenix do utilize misters for outside seating during the summers, but outside lunch dates aren't for the faint of heart.

      So if you're looking to explore some food spots in the spring, we've got you covered. Café Monarch is one of eight Arizona restaurants that are best for outside dining, according to OpenTable.

      MORE:?Phoenix-area restaurant openings to look forward to in 2019

      Venture up to the High Country.

      The temperatures may be beautiful in Phoenix, but you certainly can't beat a trip to Northern Arizona. From Sedona to The Wave, the High Country is an outdoor enthusiasts dream.?

      There's plenty to explore and enjoy across Arizona and you can find something for everyone. ?

      12 News on YouTube:?Descent into Phoenix captures an amazing AZ sunset!

      Well, enough of the scrolling and screentime. The 80-degree weather won't be around for long, so get outside and have some fun!?

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