DC Warming Since 1946

In 1946, DC cherry blossoms bloomed by March 15. This year, DC is expecting frigid weather that week.

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Ludington Daily News 

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8 Responses to DC Warming Since 1946

  1. gator69 says:

    The University of Maryland published a study last year, that found UHI is causing longer growing seasons in urban areas. The horror.

  2. Andy DC says:

    The roses finally died around around January 22nd in the DC area. It has actually been below normal since then, but almost no snow.

  3. Ben says:

    Steven,

    Since first bloom is proportional to temperature, this relationship can be plotted against TOBS adjustments to prove a dis-correlation

    If flowers bloomed historically early, yet TOBS adjustments have significantly lowered historical temperature, then the TOBS adjustments have no basis.

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