As summer comes to an end, the next season starts. 'Fall' and 'autumn' are the two words to describe the breezy season, but which is most accurate?
(CNN) — Fall is the season for all senses. The feel of cooler temperatures after a long summer. A warm, visually pleasing palate of reds, oranges and browns. The taste of pumpkin spice in everything. The sound of crunching leaves underfoot. The smell of woodsmoke. The many elements of autumn...
Summer often seems to last deep into September these days. However, the autumnal equinox — which arrives Wednesday at 3:21 p.m. Eastern time — is a reminder from Mother Nature that fall is finally on our doorstep. We are now seeing just over 12 hours of daylight, having reached the halfway point between our longest and shortest days of the year.
It’s almost time to dig out those Halloween decorations and extra blankets. The official start of the fall season of 2021 is on the way. This year, autumn begins on Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2021, in the United States and elsewhere in the northern hemisphere, because that’s the date the autumn equinox arrives as our weather transitions from summer to fall. (On the southern side of the globe, the seasons are moving from winter to spring.)
MARBLEHEAD — The autumn season kicked off with quite a wet start as a rainstorm slammed the western Lake Erie coast once again Wednesday, the first official day of fall. While much of Northwest Ohio , including Ottawa County, was under a flood watch beginning Tuesday night, continuing through all of Wednesday, it appears the area avoided any major flooding damage similar to what followed several storms that rocked the coast earlier this year.
Some clouds and haze to start our first morning of autumn. It’s not our prettiest skies with light winds and the returning smoky haze. There could be a light shower in our area later today, but any rain we might see should be brief and likely south of Las Vegas. Temps will definitely stay above normal to finish the week and heading into the weekend. But Sherry’s most accurate #WeatherNOW forecast does have some cooler more fall-like weather showing up next week.
Fall's return officially begins Wednesday, and the Chicago area will see several signs of the new season, including the return of cooler temperatures. The first official day of fall is Sept. 22. The autumnal equinox, also referred to as the September or fall equinox, arrives at 2:21 p.m. Wednesday for the Northern Hemisphere, according to the Old Farmer's Almanac.
Autumn has officially begun across the Northern Hemisphere, but when will the Chicago area start to see leaves changing into fall colors?. As of this week, most of the Chicago area is likely seeing minimal changes in fall foliage, according to Smoky Mountains National Park. However, there could be a shift by next week.
We are going into a much cooler weather pattern this week and it is right on schedule for the beginning of autumn. There will be a day or two later in the week with highs in the 60s and lows in the 40s. Below-normal temperatures and below-normal rainfall is expected from Sept. 22 through Oct. 3.
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) - Fall began officially at 2:21pm Wednesday afternoon. Mother Nature got the memo, delivering a real blast of Fall air to the region! daytime readings stayed in the 50s across much of the region Wednesday. Some warming - and a LOT more sunshine - is on tap for the days ahead, though!
Depending on your view, autumn has a bad rap, or an easy time of it. Overdue a renaissance or passé to even admit liking at all. As a child, I considered autumn the red-headed stepchild of the calendar. It was the end of summer. It was back to school. It was a period in which blue skies turned white and the sun started showing up less and less, like texts from a friend you’d made on holiday. Then, in a strange move, the government would surgically remove an entire hour of sunlight, presumably at the behest of whatever grisly nest of vampires came up with daylight savings time.
MANSFIELD — Can you smell it? The aroma of cinnamon, apple cider and pumpkin spice? Fall is here. With it comes a flurry of fun-filled activities that can be enjoyed in the great outdoors—the perfect backdrop for taking in the beauty of autumn. Richland County is host to many family-friendly...
Light to moderate rainfall arrived in central Indiana last night and the steady showers continue to fall early this morning! The storm system producing the showers will continue to travel northeast over Ohio and keep the rain chances around throughout the day. More than 2” of rain has been reported along Indy’s east side and along the I-69 corridor (data collected at 6:30 a.m.) An additional 1” to 3” will be possible by Thursday evening.
Sometimes, the weather and the calendar seem out of sync with each other, but not this time. The calendar says it’s the start of autumn, and that’s exactly what it feels like to me. The temperatures have been dropping a few degrees every few days, though with the way the...
Summer officially ends at 3:21 p.m. Eastern time Wednesday, when the season changes. Here are a few facts and figures related to the third season of the year. The season also once was known as Harvest, relating to the full harvest moon this time of year and originating from the 12th and 13th century Middle English word “haerfest,” or the act of taking in crops.
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As I slipped on my jacket to prepare for the slight dip in temperature, I realized that the dawn of autumn was upon us. Along with it will come the nuanced feelings of warmth and comfort — both symbols that I associate with the changing season. The leaves wither away, and as I tune into the natural world around me, I feel the recherche feeling of introspection that comes and goes. A feeling that often signifies a period of growth.
LEAVENWORTH — After a year away, and a consistent worry by some that the event would be canceled altogether, the Washington State Autumn Leaf Festival returns to Leavenworth Friday. Coinciding with the calendar flip from summer to fall, the annual festival celebrates the autumn leaves’ color change. This year’s three-day...
Orlando, FLA – The time is finally here, raise your pumpkin spice lattes and celebrate the start of fall. Although it will take some time to actually see fall-like weather arrive in Central Florida, we can at least take a moment and look forward to what is to come. Fall...
The second summer heat lets up, I’m ready for soup. But it’s still much too warm for the super-heavy ones, so I put together a list of lighter fall soups for the earlier part of the season. Below, you’ll find mostly vegetarian options, and both creamy and chunky concoctions. Remember,...