Did a little housekeeping!
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Traditionally those of us in the Northern Hemisphere have celebrated the First day of Spring on March 21st, however astronomers now say Spring usually starts one day earlier, on March 20th. According to the Farmer's Almanac,
"the earth’s elliptical orbit is changing its orientation (skew), which causes the earth’s axis to constantly point in a different direction, called precession. Since the seasons are defined as beginning at strict 90-degree intervals, these positional changes affect the time the earth reaches each 90-degree location in its orbit around the sun."On those years when we have that extra day (think Leap Years here) Spring may fall on March 21st!