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As Autumn arrives, could we be in for an Indian Summer?




The September Equinox marks the beginning of autumn. Photo: MaxiuB at flickr.com/photos/maxiub/
The September Equinox marks the beginning of autumn. Photo: MaxiuB at flickr.com/photos/maxiub/

Autumn has begun in the UK today, but what chance of a ‘Indian Summer’ across the eastern of England?

Today, Wednesday, September 23, marks the September Equinox (one of two equinoxes each year - in September and March) when the sun shines directly on the equator and the length of day and night is almost equal.

timeanddate.com explains: “The September equinox occurs the moment the Sun crosses the celestial equator – the imaginary line in the sky above the Earth’s Equator – from north to south.


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