It’s Officially Spring. Here’s What the Equinox Means for Dallas-Fort Worth

You may have noticed the days gradually getting longer in recent weeks, and the spring equinox — at 4:58 p.m. Wednesday — roughly marks the point of the year when there's an equal amount of daytime and night.It also denotes the beginning of spring.For Dallas-Fort Worth, that means the days will continue to get longer as temperatures keep rising. North Texans will get two minutes of sunlight every day the rest of March, according to Timeanddate.com, and the days will continue to get longer until the summer solstice on June 21 — the longest day of the year.  Continue reading...

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