The Washington Post

Temperatures got down into the 20s and destroyed the vast majority of peaches and blueberries in Georgia and South Carolina.

Remember February? That was great.

This park hasn't experienced a bloom so prolific since at least 1999 according to park officials.

And it's only the first week of March.

  • Kevin Ambrose
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  • Mar 7
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Spring temperatures are a cherry blossom timer. This year, it's been counting down to peak bloom much faster than normal.

Those beautiful flowers went from pink to brown in less than a day.

  • Kevin Ambrose
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  • Mar 6
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The blossoms on trees will be on their own, but there are steps you can take to protect the rest of your beautiful spring blooms.

Sugar maple trees require very cold weather to produce high-quality sap. That's harder to come by when spring arrives weeks ahead of normal.

  • John Hopewell
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  • Mar 3
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Did you know that wood frogs basically freeze solid during winter? Me neither.

The eagles have already started to rebuild.

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