STAWAR: Falling into autumn rituals

STAWAR: Falling into autumn rituals

There are 1 comment on the Tribune/Sunday Ledger Tribune story from Oct 23, 2008, titled STAWAR: Falling into autumn rituals. In it, Tribune/Sunday Ledger Tribune reports that:

Fall officially begins every year Sept. 15, a day which is evenly split between daylight and darkness - the autumnal equinox.

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Willow

Pikeville, KY

#1 Oct 27, 2008
Technically, no, Autumn does not start on the 15th of September. Autumn starts within the first three days of August, usually.

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