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The cherry blossoms around the Tidal Basin are officially at peak bloom, the National Park Service announced Friday.
The Park Service Thursday said the peak bloom — when 70 percent of the blooms are open — could occur Thursday, March 24 but most likely will be Friday, March 25.
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The cherry blossoms along the Tidal Basin are very close to their peak.
The peak bloom period is still expected to begin on or about March 23.
Despite the chilly weather predicted for Sunday, there’s no shortage of events set for the National Cherry Blossom Festival. Some things on the schedule have changed.
Thanks to a chilly, steady rain on Saturday, there weren’t crowds of people at the Tidal Basin for the National Cherry Blossom Festival — nor were there crowds of blossoms.
Thinking of using a drone to capture sweet pictures of the blooms during the National Cherry Blossom Festival? Don’t. It’s against the law.
Reagan National Airport and Dulles International Airport are going pink for the National Cherry Blossom Festival.
The National Cherry Blossom Festival is offering ways to reserve parking for events.
The keepers of the Tidal Basin’s cherry blossom trees will be on high alert this weekend with a dose of cold weather forecast to move into the area Sunday.
Fickle weather has once again changed D.C.’s cherry blossoms’ predicted dates of peak bloom, the National Park Service announced Tuesday.
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