It may be hard to believe given the consistent summer heat, but today, September 23rd, is the first day of the Autumnal Equinox (aka Fall) in the Northern Hemisphere.  Enjoy your first day of Fall!

Fun Fact: On the Autumnal Equinox, the sun is located directly above the Earth’s equator, making day and night roughly equal at 12 hours each. That fact gives the Equinox its name – the word itself means “equal night” in Latin.

Happy First Day of Fall!