The first day of autumn is September 22, the Fall Equinox. On that day, the idea is that nights will be the same length as days, though that rarely happens in reality. From that point forward, the sun will indeed rise later and set earlier as it has since crossed over the celestial equator. The Fall Equinox ushers in colder weather and falling leaves, but it also governs harvest time and brings balance as it moves us into the Libra season.  Fall Forward Temperatures drop as the fall equinox brings in the start of the season. In many places, ...Read more

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