The Warmth Of 1946

realclimatescience.com | 12/3/2019 | Staff
There was a lot of warm weather in 1946, including a stretch from December 1 to December 28, when Harrisburg, Illinois had 14 days above 60F, and no days which didn’t reach the freezing mark.

Cherry trees bloomed record early that year in Washington DC.

Trees - Record - Warmth - November

And the trees bloomed again in record warmth during November.

March 1946 was fourth warmest in the Washington DC area, after 1921, 1945 and 2012.

Years - March - Temperatures

Also note that five of the last seven years have had below average March temperatures.

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