Capital Bikeshare is guaranteeing a place to dock its rentals at Jefferson Drive and 14th Street in Southwest, as well as its 450 locations throughout the area.
Cherry blossoms beginning to emerge along the Tidal Basin were damaged early Wednesday after temperatures plunged well below the freezing mark.
Below freezing temperatures expected this week could destroy as much as 90 percent of the cherry blossoms now forming along the Tidal Basin, park service officials said. But a later-blooming variety of cherry tree is expected to great festival-goers.
D.C.’s beloved cherry blossoms are in danger from the weekend blast of cold, but there’s hope that the waters of the Tidal Basin might provide a bit of a thermal blanket to protect the delicate buds.
The optimal time to see cherry blossoms along D.C.’s Tidal Basin area has been pushed back several days because of a predicted cold snap this weekend.
See cherry blossom photos from the 2017 blossom season.
The cherry blossoms are quickly approaching peak bloom, but the temperatures to come later this week could throw off the expected bloom dates.
If you’re looking for an alternative spot to catch the cherry blossoms this year, head over to Seventh Street NW in Shaw. There may be a crowd, but the scenery, and the drinks, are worth it.
The best time to see the cherry blossoms in their full glory? See the National Park Service’s predicted peak bloom dates.
Navigate your way to the best cherry blossom events and attractions of 2017 with this map as your guide.
The District’s cherry blossom celebrations get bigger and better each year. Check out these key events.
The predicted peak blooming period for this year’s cherry blossom season will be announced this week.
Unseasonable temperatures are causing flowering trees to start blooming ahead of schedule. But the early show carries some risk for the trees, an expert said.
The Sakura Matsuri festival will take place in a new location this year.
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