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Autumn arrives as daylight grows short

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It’s likely that fall slipped in today while you were still snug in your warm nest. The official arrival time for the autumnal equinox, when the sun crosses the imaginary celestial equator, was 5:05 this morning. Don’t expect to notice any dramatic changes — not right away — but from this day forward, the temperatures will steadily decline as the hours of daylight continue to shrink, leading up to the shortest day of the year ...

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