It’s the first day of June, and the beginning of the Meteorological Summer. The days are long, the nights are short. Summer Solstice, the Astronomical Summer is near. The days will shorten and the nights become longer.
August comes officially to an end and so does the meteorological Summer, which differs from the astronomical End of Summer on September 21, this year. But here in North Texas, we will notice the difference a little bit later. The next days and weeks, we still will experience days in the low to mid 90s. Yeah, for us it still will feel like Summer. 😉
Goodbye August! Hello September!
Wow! The last day of May comes to an end, and so does the Meteorological Spring. Tomorrow begins the Meteorological Summer. In 20 more days begins the Astronomical Summer, which is also called the Summer Solstice. The days will get shorter, and the nights become longer. (For my followers in the Southern Hemisphere, it is the opposite way. 😉 )