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Today marks the end of astronomical winter in the northern hemisphere. At 12:57 p.m. today, the sun can be seen directly overhead on Earth’s equator
While the U.S. saw a “relatively” tame year of weather in 2013, other parts of the world experienced catastrophic floods, storms, and record heat.
Winter may just be getting started, but those looking forward to a bit more daylight have not much longer to wait.
High temperatures in the mid-30s would place 2013 among D.C.’s ten coldest Thanksgivings since 1871.
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