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First Day of Fall 2010 is Today September 22

February 16, 2016 by · Leave a Comment 

First Day of Fall 2010 is Today September 22 – When is the First Day of Fall this year 2010?  This is the question asked by a lot of people living mostly in Northern Hemisphere and in Europe as it is bound to happen this month of September. Fortunately, this question has been answered already as today, September 22 is the first day of fall for those located in Northern Hemisphere such as the USA and Canada.

Fall or Autumn is one of the four temperate seasons marking the transition from summer into winter which is usually in the month of March for countries located in the Southern Hemisphere or the month of September for those located in the Northern Hemisphere. It happens when the arrival of night becomes noticeably earlier.

In 2010, the first day of fall falls on September 22 for those countries located in the Northern Hemisphere such as the United States and Canada. Meanwhile, for those countries located in Europe, the first day of fall 2010 falls on September 23. For those countries located in the Southern Hemisphere, the first day of fall happened already last March 20, 2010.

The first day of fall signals the start of the season of harvest where fruits and vegetables are usually ripen. Fall is also associated with the start of the Halloween season.

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