Earliest spring since 1896 is here

March 20, 2012

Newser.com reports: Spring has sprung at its earliest in more than a century. At 1:14am EDT today, the sun's path across the sky intersected with the celestial equator, marking the spring equinox and the start of springtime—in an astronomical sense—in the northern hemisphere, and the beginning of fall in the southern hemisphere.

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