September 22 marked the official start of 2013’s fall season. Even if the greenery hasn’t begun to change color just yet, the weather has certainly changed drastically during the transition from summer to fall. The past week’s weather had some fluctuations, with the highest temperature being 27°C on September 24, and the lowest being 8°C on the same day. So even if fall had started last Sunday, “sweater weather” hasn’t officially arrived.
The same can be said for this week; the temperatures from September 22-26 varied throughout the day, but there was a recurring pattern: the lowest temperatures would start overnight and carry on early morning. Around noon, it would start getting just a little warmer; by the time the sun has set, the temperature would cool down once more. It then repeats for the next day.
Weather for the day (September 26, 2013):
• The sun rose early in the Windsor area at 7:23AM, with some fog patches on the horizon.
• The day started off with a chilly temperature of 10°C, and a relative humidity of 94%.
• As the day progressed, the sun shone brighter on a clear blue sky while the temperature got higher
• The temperature was 20°C around noon, and it kept increasing little by little
• The highest temperature for the day was 23°C around 4:00PM, with a relative humidity of 44%
• Sunset was at 7:21PM, ending the day with a cool 21°C
Friday morning is expected to be sunny, with a starting temperature of 12°C (but feels like 11°C). If the patterns remain consistent, the expected temperature of 21°C in the afternoon would remain.
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