Blossoms on track despite snowmageddon

The National Park Service has spoken. Despite the snowiest winter on record, and with snow still clinging to the shaded and northern-exposed landscape, the blooming of Washington, D.C.’s cherry blossoms is expected to fall in the normal range.

The blossoms will be with us from March 31 to April 11, the NPS predicts, with the peak predicted between April 3-8.

Check my earlier post for activities young and old can partake in to celebrate this spring rite.

And, Think Blossoms!


Tom Pfeifer is the managing partner and chief strategist for Consistent Voice Communications. Reach him at Tom@YourConsistentVoice.com.

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