Hey, Custom...you ain't a country boy, are you...
Those are NOT crickets. What they ARE is a mix of chorus frogs and spring peepers. Chorus frogs are little dark, dark green guys about 2" long, and they really are DEAFENING at close quarters. They're the ones that have the long trilling call.
Spring peepers are also frogs, little reddish guys that climb up tall grass and sing. They're just a little over an inch long. They're the ones that make the chirping sounds.
You probably don't actually have crickets yet, unless they're inside your building. It'* still a little too cold for them. Frogs, on the other hand, will come out singing as soon as it gets over about 48*.