Fall weather is bipolar

September 20, 2016

Fall weather is an interesting study. If you listen to the weather people on television or radio, they are always talking about the average temperature for a particular day. After watching many fall seasons come and go, the one thing you know is the bipolar weather. First there is a wide space between the morning temperature and the afternoon temperature. It is not unusual to experience a 30° plus difference. It can be in the 40’s in the early morning and in the 70’s later that same day. One reason for this is the clear skies—there are few clouds to keep the warmth of the day down so off they float, leaving the cold breezes to move in. You have probably noticed that we do not usually have such a large fluctuation on cloudy days and nights as the clouds act as a blanket keeping the weather stable.


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