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Old 09-07-2007, 04:07 PM
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fishing is horrible now what happened! i thought fall was supposed to be topwater heaven lol it is every once in a while now this is gay lol
. but im wondering if it is just to early in fall. what do yall think?
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Old 09-07-2007, 06:41 PM
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Technically it's still summer.
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Old 09-07-2007, 07:27 PM
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i thought it was fall now
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Old 09-07-2007, 08:15 PM
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No no not really- tho snow has been falling some places here fall is ussally seen as starting in a few weeks from now offically ( tho it is variable across the country as is the fishing) ( but here it is fromyour fav info source )

Astronomically, some Western countries consider autumn to begin with the September equinox (around September 23) in the northern hemisphere, and the March equinox (March 21) in the southern hemisphere, ending with the December solstice (around December 21) in the northern hemisphere and the June solstice (June 21) in the southern hemisphere.[1] Such conventions are by no means universal, however. An example is found in the Irish Calendar which still follows the Celtic cycle, where autumn is counted as the whole months of August, September and October. In Chinese astronomy, the autumnal equinox marks the middle of autumn, which is deemed to have begun around the time of Liqiu (around August 7).
On the other hand, meteorologists count the entire months of March, April and May in the southern hemisphere, and September, October and November in the northern hemisphere as autumn.[1] Although the days begin to shorten after the summer solstice, it is usually in September (northern hemisphere) or March (southern hemisphere) when twilight becomes noticeably shorter and the change more abrupt in comparison with the more lingering ones of summer.
All of these definitions, as with those of the seasons generally, are somewhat flawed because they assume that the seasons are all of the same length, and begin and end at the same time throughout the temperate zone of each hemisphere.

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Old 09-07-2007, 10:48 PM
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I think fall starts on like September 22nd or right around there. We are still pretty much in summer patterns here in East Texas.
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Old 09-08-2007, 06:54 AM
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The date (near September 22 in the northern hemisphere) when night and day are nearly of the same length and Sun crosses the celestial equator (i.e., declination 0) moving southward (in the northern hemisphere). In the southern hemisphere, the autumnal equinox corresponds to the center of the Sun crossing the celestial equator moving northward and occurs on the date of the northern vernal equinox. The autumnal equinox marks the first day of the season of autumn.
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