Meterological autumn

DSC_3394I have been advertising autumn for quite some time now but I read in the paper that autumn didn´t arrive until November 5th in Malmö where I live with a record of 201 days of summer when it usually is about 150 days of summer. Autumn is said to have arrived when it has been below 10 degrees Celsius for five days in a row. Thus it was autumn on the pictures in last week’s posting on the pictures from downtown Malmö.

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It is now officially autumn in Malmö but wasn´t in Falsterbo on November 5th where the pictures this week are taken. It is only circa 25 km between the two places and 30 minutes by car. But I think autumn has arrived to Falsterbo too as it was very cold and windy when we visited on Saturday.

More pictures on Our World Tuesday and Skywatch.

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