Last month we found that after an especially warm and stormy summer more than two-thirds of poll respondents were “suffering summer fatigue” and ready for the start of fall. A few years ago we also established the kinds of autumnal things that readers most look forward to: the leaves changing color, fall festivals, playoff baseball and going to pumpkin patches and orchards.
Today, however, we’re asking about the things you’re not looking forward to as the season changes.
For one, it’s getting darker by the day.
— Capital Weather Gang (@capitalweather) September 21, 2021
Then there’s the colder weather, which will soon enough necessitate jackets, gloves and hats. And that’s not to mention leaf blower noise and leaf raking duties for those with yards.
Of those three things, which are you least looking forward to?
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