#First day of fall

Autumn equinox: When is the first day of fall 2021? What you need to know.

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.)
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When is the first day of fall? And how do we know when it’s here?

(WHTM) — Schools have been in session for about a month, football is back to full force on weekends, and the temperature is slowly inching its way down our thermometers. All signs that fall is right around the corner. The first day of fall, or the autumnal equinox, is Wednesday, Sept. 22, and to be even more precise, it’s at 3:20 p.m. eastern standard time.

If it’s not Labor Day, when is the first day of fall?

Ads for back to school, Labor Day, and fall home and harvest sales might create the impression that fall arrives this weekend, but we’re still more than 3 weeks away from the actual end of summer. The autumnal equinox – the official start of fall – arrives at 3:20 p.m....

Last full moon of summer rises just before first day of fall. When to see the September harvest moon. | 2021 fall foliage map and more

The last full moon of summer will appear just a couple days before the first day of fall. The full moon in September, known as the harvest moon, will rise at 7:19 p.m. Monday — about a half hour before it officially reaches full phase at 7:54 p.m. — and remain visible for about 12 hours. Partly cloudy skies are expected Monday night.

The first day of fall will feel more like summer...

Fall officially begins Wednesday at 3:21 pm. This is the exact moment in earth's rotation around the sun between the winter and summer solstice. At this moment, the sun's rays are directly over the equator. As far as our weather is concerned, it will feel more like summer on Wednesday....
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First day of Fall is almost here

CHICOPEE, Mass (WWLP) – Well, the first day of fall is only 2 short days away; the natural rotation of the Earth around the Sun forms the basis for the astronomical seasons, with two solstices and two equinoxes. The fall equinox falls on September 22nd this is when the sun...

Did you know: First day of Fall (Sept. 22)

The first day of fall is known as the autumnal equinox and is usually on or around September 22nd and lasts until December 21st, the first day of winter. In the Northern hemisphere, nights get longer and the weather is chillier in autumn because the tilt of the planet points half the planet farther away from the sun.

Google Doodle welcomes first day of fall (and spring)

Depending on where you live, it probably still feels like summer (or winter), but change is upon us. And that tipping point is Wednesday at 12:21 p.m. PT, when the autumnal and vernal equinoxes arrive. The word "equinox" comes from the Latin for "equal" and "night." Essentially, it's the biannual...

Today marks the first day of fall

SARASOTA, Fla. (WWSB) - Astronomical Fall starts today at 3:21 p.m. This occurs when the sun is directly overhead at the equator and day and night is divided into almost equal 12 hour periods. In reality, the daylight hours are a bit longer. It also marks the progression of the...

The First Day of Fall

ELMIRA, N.Y (WETM)- Today at 3:20 EDT PM marks the first day of fall. As the daylight begins to shorten and the leaves change, the fall season is here. In the spirit of fall, 18 News checked out Bradley Farms to ask how the fall time is going so far. “Being the first day of fall it really feels like it. We are starting to get the dark gray skies and the temperatures are cooling down. I think we are all welcoming that. It’s definitely a change. We have had a strong start to our fall season, I think people are anxious to head toward fall away from all the heat. So it’s been a good start, I am happy with it. “