Freakishly Warm February Could Ring In Earliest Cherry Blossom Peak Bloom On Record

By Hayley Miller

Thanks to February’s exceptionally warm weather, cherry blossom trees in Washington, D.C., could hit peak bloom earlier than has previously been recorded.

As temperatures soared to nearly 80 degrees in the nation’s capital Wednesday, the National Park Service announced that this year’s bloom is expected to be in full swing between March 14 and 17 ― potentially edging out March 15, 1990, as the earliest peak bloom on record.

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Source:: Huffington Post Green


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