"Planets set to put on a show for the earliest Spring equinox in 124 years on Friday - with Mars, Jupiter, Saturn and a crescent moon appearing very close together in the night sky
March 20 is the spring equinox, when the day and night are equal in length It will be the earliest March equinox in 124 years - the last one occurred in 1896 Mars, Jupiter, Saturn and a crescent moon will appear very close to each other just before dawn"
Sky over Rome March 22
Last Edit: Mar 22, 2020 10:41:24 GMT by nautonnier
"The rules are simple: They lie to us. We know they are lying. They know we know they are lying, but they keep lying to us and we keep pretending to believe them."
Not saying it won’t happen, but I’ll believe the snow in the Catskills when it happens. Last week they stuck to a prediction of 5+ inches right up to the end of the weather that yielded about 1.5” that was gone in 24 hrs.
"Cave quicquam incipias quod paeniteat postea.” (loosely translated: Be careful what you start.) One of the Maxims of Publilius Syrius