After a brutal winter, Spring arrives tomorrow:
Spring officially arrives at 6:28 a.m. EDT (3:28 a.m. PDT) Monday, when the sun will be directly over the equator, marking the spring (aka vernal) equinox here in the Northern Hemisphere. For the folks down under in the Southern Hemisphere, it will be the first day of autumn.
The girls here have already set their allergies ahead, in order to be sure not to miss anything.
You wouldn't know it at the Grand Canyon, though, as trails there are still coated in ice.
They recommend shoe traction devices, among other things. This is not handicapped accessible, and the trails don't feature railings. You might want to hold off until, say, June to visit.
But tomorrow - apart from the poles - the sun will rise due east and set due west, so you bushwhackers with directional issues will get a bit of extra guidance. Unless you're at the bottom of a canyon, of course.
Doubtless, people of Polish ancestry will feel discriminated against by the planet, as the sun won't rise due east or set due west around the poles.