A now-viral description of the Montreal summer sunset has us nostalgic for simpler times.\nWhat do you miss most about summer?\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nIt might feel like we're stuck in stasis but the weather is not. Springtime positive temperatures have arrived, and, with no final winter storm on the horizon, they look like they're actually here to stay. Gone is the stale, grey winter haze. Instead, sweet breezes offer hints of the Montreal summer ahead.\nFor one Twitter user, the seasonal change has elicited bittersweet memories and now hundreds of Montrealers are sharing in the nostalgia.\nspacegirlila's description of the summer sunset has garnered over a thousand reactions and hundreds of retweets.\nIn it, she captures one specific but highly relatable moment.\n"montreal has that SPECIFIC VIBE downtown in the summer at the end of the day when it’s hot but the wind is fresh, the sun is setting and the sky is orange pinkish," she writes. \n"it just hits different does anyone get me\n"i just want this."\nIt's not hard to understand why. The collective trauma of the current situation has residents yearning for hot, carefree evenings.\n\nThe tweet, shared with spacegirlila's permission below, has inspired others to share their summer memories.\nmontreal has that SPECIFIC VIBE downtown in the summer at the end of the day when it’s hot but the wind is fresh, the sun is setting and the sky is orange pinkish...... it just hits different does anyone get me 🥺 i just want this— 🥥lila🥥 (@spacegirlila) March 31, 2020\n\nSitting on lolas balcony and people watching 🥺🥺— Michelle Ru (@MichRuu) April 1, 2020\n\nI grew up on Mt. Royal in Outremont. One of my favorite scenes was heading downtown from my house, driving along Parc in the summer. All the people out on the mountain and in Jeanne-Mance Park. Miss that so much!— Dr. Dave (@Habs_Fan_NJ) April 1, 2020\n\nHopefully, people-watching, picnics in the park, and terrasse cocktails are just a few short months away.\n\nspacegirlila hit on a feeling that is known only to residents of Montreal.\n💯 it’s a unique vibe. I’ve always felt it but even more so since I’ve moved Toronto.. can’t get that feeling over here. Been trying to find it for the last 10 years 😂— Loops (@withloops) April 1, 2020\n\nIf you know you know...— Vic3 (@Herrojuku) April 1, 2020\n\nDescription parfaite de notre été 👍🏾— Franco Baratheon (@CasiraghiBF10) April 1, 2020\n\nYup. I completely get it.— Himansu Patel (@himansupation) April 1, 2020\n\nBIXIs, sangria pitchers in Parc Lafontaine, and long strolls down avenue du Mont-Royal are going to feel a little more precious this summer.\n\nI felt this tweet.— Justin Kruger (@UbiJustin) April 1, 2020\n\n pic.twitter.com/iZTF09PfZA— Cliffy D Pine (@CliffyD) April 1, 2020\n\nHang in there, Montreal.