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In the Northern Hemisphere, spring starts with the March equinox, which may happen on March 19, 20, or 21.

WHEN IS THE FIRST DAY OF SPRING?

In the Northern Hemisphere, spring starts with the March equinox, which may happen on March 19, 20, or 21.

In 2020, the spring equinox (likewise called the March equinox or vernal equinox) happens on Thursday, March 19, which is sooner than it’s been in longer than a century! This occasion denotes the cosmic first day of spring in the Northern Hemisphere. Before you attempt to adjust that egg, read this!

THE EARLIEST SPRING IN MORE THAN 100 YEARS

In case you’re as schedule fixated as we seem to be, you may have seen something odd about the current year’s spring equinox date. Believe it or not—it’s sooner than expected! In any case, that is a touch of a modest representation of the truth.

For a significant part of the only remaining century, the spring equinox has happened on March 20 or 21. This year, nonetheless, the equinox occurs on the nineteenth in all U.S. time zones, making it the soonest spring we’ll have found in our lives (up until now). The last time spring showed up before the expected time was in 1896—an incredible 124 years prior!

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