Happy First Day of Spring….It is Official that Spring Started at 4:58pm Central Time……

Well there are actually two different types…..Astronomical Start is Wednesday March 20th at 4:48 CST however Meteorological Start was on March 1st. The difference between the two: 
The astronomical start of a season is based on the position of the Earth in relation to the Sun. More specifically, the start of each season is marked by either a solstice (for winter and summer) or an equinox (for spring and autumn). A solstice is when the Sun reaches the most southerly or northerly point in the sky, while an equinox is when the Sun passes over Earth’s equator. Because of leap years, the dates of the equinoxes and solstices can shift by a day or two over time, causing the start dates of the seasons to shift, too. 
In contrast, the meteorological start of a season is based on the annual temperature cycle and the 12-month calendar. According to this definition, each season begins on the first of a particular month and lasts for three months: Spring begins on March 1, summer on June 1, autumn on September 1, and winter on December 1. Climate scientists and meteorologists created this definition to make it easier to keep records of the weather, since the start of each meteorological season doesn’t change from year to year.

So if you are looking to plan some of your spring projects but don’t really want to have to do them yourself you may want to consider this…….. It is just a thought.

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