With the recent run of triple digits ended and the cooler nights here to stay, seasonal-like weather will accompany the autumnal equinox on Tuesday, September 23. It marks one of two days annually when the sun shines directly on the equator and the length of day and night is nearly equal. The word “equinox” is derived from Latin, meaning “equal night.” For Kaweah Country, the shorter days will mean daytime highs around 90 degrees and nighttime lows in the upper 50s. Summer 2014 is over. 

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