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Late winter storm causes widespread damage to D.C.'s cherry blossoms

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According to the National Park Service, frigid March temperatures have caused widespread damage to the capital's cherry blossoms. The park service added that the peak bloom for Washington's famous blossoms is still expected for mid-March. But cold weather means fewer of the trees will likely blossom around the city's Tidal Basin. Already at an advanced stage in the bloom cycle, upwards of 70-percent of the Yoshino cherry trees in D.C. blossom during the peak bloom.

Added on the 15/03/2017 15:47:26 - Copyright : Wochit

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