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Just to say: today is the beginning of spring (March 20th) …

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Your Autumn should be the same day as our spring, it's when the sun is in line with the equator.    Or more precisely put, when 2.8 starts to come into view.  Science just isn't able to predict yet when it will be fully visible.

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Yes, but us southern Hemisphere types like to keep things simply - 1st March -----very simple!  Not that the temperature is often below 26c that's 79 degrees F for you non metric types.

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Both are correct. :)

1 March is the first day of the meteorological spring and 20 March is the first day of astronomical spring.

 

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On 3/20/2019 at 10:29 AM, Optimist said:

… so from today on it’s SPRING!

 

Thing is - in here things run on Line 6 time.

Just be patient because Spring in this world runs right up to June 20.

Believe and it will happen, but not today.

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Yah super you wouldnt know it by the temperature outside like to get my vette out some day :)  

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8 hours ago, datacommando said:

 

Thing is - in here things run on Line 6 time.

 

Let's hope they don't mean the spring in the southern hemisphere ;)

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