- The Washington Times - Friday, March 20, 2009

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - Winter is giving itself a last hurrah in some parts of the Northeast, bringing snowflakes on the first day of spring.

Residents in some New Jersey towns, mostly along the Delaware River and as far west as Doylestown, Pa., woke up to snow on the ground.

Scattered snowshowers were dusting New York City on Thursday morning, too.

Don’t bother to get out the sleds, though. Meteorologists say temperatures are above freezing, so the snow won’t stick. By the time the sun came up, much of the snow was gone.

Spring will have its say in the region on Saturday, with sunny weather in the 50s.

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