Early Spring Update In DC

Climate experts tell us that global warming brings an early spring and early cherry blossoms to DC.

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Record cold this morning, cherry blossoms shivering but surviving

In 1946, the trees had bloomed by March 15.


Ludington Daily News 

Thanks to global warming, the trees are blooming three weeks later than they did seven decades ago.

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15 Responses to Early Spring Update In DC

  1. Chewer says:

    Craperoo, the trees have some chilly roots today!

  2. Brian G Valentine says:

    Why doesn’t Mr Samenow ignore this and be a “climate denier” – the same as he calls me?

    Just “deny” it’s happening, it’s easy.

    • Brian G Valentine says:

      The damage they have caused by rising fuel prices, Government’s refusal to develop fossil energy to meet needs, and money wasted in useless renewable energy schemes is no laughing manner

  3. I would be happy if my cherry tree had started to blossom. Nope. Not one bit.
    Btw.: I’m living in the mild climate Ireland near Dublin. At least it was mild in the past.

    We have still frost at night and the day temperature is just to low even with the sun shining the whole day.

  4. Andy DC says:

    Have lived in the DC area my entire life. As a kid, I can commonly remember forsythia coming out by St. Patrick’s Day. This year, they are now just starting to come out. No matter how much they fudge the thermometer at National Airport and adjust temperature data, that fact still remains.

  5. F. Guimaraes says:

    Here are Jim Hansen’s thoughts about the flowers,
    “The trees have not been indoctrinated properly, that’s the cause, but next year they WILL blossom on March 15th… independently of what the thermometers say… besides we have to give’em a discount, after all they cannot understand the important messages of the MSM, yet!… “

    • tckev says:

      Maybe he said something more like –
      “CO2 that comes from the death-wagons of coal must be stopped. Today even the cherry trees of Washington D.C. understand the need to cut back on their use of CO2. They are not blooming today to protect future generations of cherry trees.”

  6. Gamecock says:

    I have hopes for great flowers at Augusta this year. Early spring left Augusta National with NO FLOWERS in early April last year.

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