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Is it hot in the world, or is it just us?
The vernal equinox, which happened early Tuesday, is the earliest since 1896.
A churning, deadly storm system is poised to continue pounding the south-central U.S. for at least another day, before shifting its energy to the East Coast. Nearly 40 percent of the nation now lies in its path.
Monday already? Yes, indeed. Grab a cup of coffee and settle in while you catch up on what you missed.
The equinox marks the balancing point of the sun on the Equator. And for those of us weary of winter, tonight marks the start of spring.
After a tough and freezing winter people across the States, especially those from the Midwest to the Northeast, will be glad to hear that Punxsutawney Phil did not see his shadow.