Dipping Averages

Average temperatures now are starting to decrease and I’m sure most of you have noticed the length of daylight is also decreasing.  We are quickly approaching that time of year when we lose 2 or 3 minutes of daylight each day.  With that loss of daylight comes slowly cooling temperatures which of course is why the averages are starting to decrease as well.  You’d think with the transition to coolness the average rainfall would start to increase, but it does not, it too slowly going lower as we move through the rest of the year.  Although the averages may decrease, that doesn’t mean it still can’t get hot or wet of course as we live in the land of extremes. 

Daryl Ritchison