Happy fall, Hudson Valley! 🍂
The September autumnal equinox was today at 9:30 am EDT, the moment when the sun was positioned directly overhead the equator. It is just one of two days of the year when the Earth’s axis is tilted neither toward nor away from the sun. This results in a near equal amount of daylight and darkness across the world, except at the poles.
Near record low temperatures accompanied the arrival of the new season, along with frosty conditions for some of us.
But today, we didn’t just usher fall. We also ushered BenNollWeather season!
My motto for this coming snowy season (late fall, winter, and early spring) is “BenNollWeather szn”. Szn is a popular social media abbreviation for the word season.
Check it out…!
To mark the occasion, I’ve got a new line of merch all ready to go. Comfy clothes are definitely the in-thing in 2020 with many of us working and schooling from home. An oversized sweatshirt for those cool October and November mornings would be perfect 👌
BenNollWeather store: https://teespring.com/stores/bennollweather
If anything strikes your fancy, use the promo code “benseason” for 20% off ☺️
Dare I say, the holiday season is right around the corner! 🎁
I look forward to providing you snow predictions once again this year. My predictions have always been free and I intend to keep it that way, but your support makes it easier to do that! On busy winter weeks, I can easily put in 3-5 hours a night forecasting for the Hudson Valley, on top of a 40-hour work week for my day job.
Just a few months until our first snow day. It’s time to get ready! 💯
Thanks for your support.