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The National Park Service says the cherry trees surrounding the Tidal Basin will peak earlier this year than initially expected.
You can't dance if you want to -- at least not at the Jefferson Memorial, according to a federal appellate panel.
Tourists and locals who soon flock to the Tidal Basin to enjoy cherry trees in full bloom have a Japanese businessman to thank.
The Tidal Basin is already the most popular spot to check out Cherry Blossoms, but soon there will be even more for visitors to check out thanks to the national memorial to Martin Luther King, Jr.
D.C. will be hopping this weekend. Warm weather, Easter, the cherry blossoms and a couple of great sporting events will bring crowds into the city.
The chief horticulturist for the U.S. Park Service revised his prediction. He now says 70 percent of the blossoms will be open Wednesday.
The National Cherry Blossom Festival begins Saturday and continues through April 11. Many trees along the Tidal Basin are already showing off beautiful blossoms, and peak bloom is expected between April 1 and April 4.