Spring Has Sprung in Dupont Circle

Mother Nature has apparently decided that spring should arrive several weeks early in the District of Columbia.

A mild winter and May-like temperatures over the last few days have prompted daffodils, flowers and even the city’s famous cherry trees to bloom well ahead of schedule. One is hard pressed to find any Washingtonian lamenting spring’s early arrival in the nation’s capital, except of course for those who languish under the weight of seasonal allergies.

Here are some snapshots of Dupont Circle from earlier today.

Trees in bloom along Corcoran Street, NW, between New Hampshire Avenue, NW, and 17th Street, NW.

It was 69 degrees at 11:44 a.m. at SunTrust Bank on Dupont Circle.

Daffodils in bloom along New Hampshire Avenue, NW, near 18th and Q Streets, NW.

Magnolia trees in bloom on 17th Street, NW, between Q and Church Streets, NW.

 

 

 

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  1. Pingback: D.C. Cherry Blossoms Near Peak Bloom | Boy in Bushwick

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