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Frazz by Jef Mallett for September 22, 2021

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    Cactus-Pete  4 months ago

    Apparently she has extensive (years of) experience with the weather on those two days. And they seem to be applying local observations to the entire planet. I just don’t get some of these conversations.

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    Concretionist  4 months ago

    The equinoxes are either “spring” and “fall” or “vernal” and “autumnal”. Criss crossing them like this just feels wrong.

    PS: Think about when the vernal equinox is in Australia!

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    sandpiper  4 months ago

    Her conclusion describes a person who can’t make up his/her mind.

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    Doug K  4 months ago

    The Equinoxes are The Equalizers

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    jessegooddoggy  4 months ago

    FALL today!!! I love my spring flowers and summer fruit, but I really come alive with the crispness of fall.

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    Old Girl  4 months ago

    Another budding meteorologist and an adult who should know better? Who in their right mind— much less one who lives in the upper mid-west of the US— assigns any particular weather to a calendar date?

    I get enough from real weathermen who quote average temperatures as “normal” and then say things like, “Yesterday the high was two degrees above what it should be for that date; but tomorrow we’ll be a degree cooler to partially make up for this week.”

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    Jimmyk939  4 months ago

    Well, this autumnal equinox started with rain. It’s still raining and will continue to rain for at least another 36 hours. Sigh

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    Gandalf  4 months ago

    Personally, I’ll take autumn. The unbearable heat is over, the colours, the crisp air! And I actually enjoy the coming snow…

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    StratmanRon  4 months ago

    Winter is Coming! (YAAAAAY!)

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    calliarcale  4 months ago

    Some of us like winter. ;-)

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    Jefano Premium Member 4 months ago

    I think a great, great deal of the preference for summer over winter in some circles is due to getting summer off from school in childhood, and a lingering residual association of summer with summer vacation even in adulthood. Once you get past that association, many of us look forward to bracing winter weather in autumn a lot more than we look forward to sweltering summer weather in spring.

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    Solarbear Premium Member 4 months ago

    Happy Equinox! I too am glad to see the extreme heat behind us, though we will have more hot days after today’s cool spell. I figure we can always put on more clothes if it’s cool! When it’s hot, there’s only so much we can remove.

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    Scott S  4 months ago

    Where we live the vernal equinox has brought shorts & flip-flops weather, also some of the worst winter storms I’ve ever seen.

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    JoeMartinFan Premium Member 4 months ago

    Living in the Central Valley of California, I’ll take winter over summer every time!

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    asrialfeeple  4 months ago

    As do I

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    Night-Gaunt49  4 months ago

    My favorite time of year is Autumn.

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    Bill Löhr Premium Member 4 months ago

    Why on Earth does one need to prefer one over the other? We are where we are, just enjoy today for what it brings you.

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