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Why 2016 Will Have the Earliest Spring Equinox Since 1896

If you're ready to see blooming flowers and sunny skies, it may help to know that this year's spring equinox will be the earliest to arrive in 120 years, largely because of an old rule governing leap years, experts said. There are two equinoxes (taken from the Latin words aequus for "equal" and nox for "night") each year, marking the start of spring and fall. Usually, the spring equinox happens on March 20 or 21.

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