Weather Fundamentals

The Seasons

What is Indian summer

The term Indian summer dates back to at least 1778 and may relate to the way Native Americans availed themselves of the nice weather to increase their winter food supplies. It refers to a period of pleasant, dry, warm days from middle to late autumn that usually occur after the first killing frost.


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