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The last day of summer for the Northern Hemisphere is the day of the autumn equinox, or the day the sun's illusionary path in the sky is right over the equator. In the southern hemisphere, it is the last day of winter. That day varies from year to year, but is around September 22. In 2013, it is on Sunday, September 12.
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MEAN FOGHAMAR, Autumn Equinox it is a hunting feast, with thanksgiving for a successful farming season and the warmth of the summer. This is the season that the fallowing-pla…nts cease to produce new fruits and await the end of their growing cycle. The harvest is finished and it is time to relax. Mean Foghamar reminds us that the fruits of our yearly spiritual growth have been harvested and we await the beginning of our new productive cycle. We should focus inward, examine what we have achieved, and learn from what we have not, using this knowledge to set goals for the coming year. The times of Death and Rebirth are nearing, a period of preparation for the long winter months. The holy day is for hunting and storing food and provisions spiritually, mentally, and physically. Sad. The last day of summer is definitely called SAD.
First Monday in September.
technically the last day of summer is either sept 19 or 21 i always get that confused but that doesnt mean summers is over, we can still get weather in the high 80's in …october, depends what part of ny, i live on long island
August 12th is the ending ceremony.
September 21, 2010
in Holmfirth in Yorshire
For 2010, it is September 21.
Astronomical summer ended 22nd September
The last full day of summer, 2011 was... . 19 March in southern hemisphere time zones west of andincluding UTC, . 20 March in southern hemisphere time zones east of andincl…uding UTC+1, . 21 September in northern hemisphere time zones west of andincluding UTC-10, and . 22 September in northern hemisphere time zones east of andincluding UTC-9.
If you follow the rule that summer ends at the time of the autumnal equinox, the last full day of summer in 2012 is March 18 in southern hemisphere time zones west of and incl…uding UTC - 6 hours, March 19 in southern hemisphere time zones east of and including UTC - 5 hours, September 21 in northern hemisphere time zones west of and including UTC + 9 hours, and September 22 in northern hemisphere time zones east of and including UTC + 10 hours.
Different people and places have different definitions for the beginning and end of each season. I follow the rule by which the seasons begin at the times of the solstices and… equinoxes. In the southern hemisphere, the summer of 2012 ended on 20 March at 5:14 AM UTC. Therefore, the last full day of summer was 18 March in southern hemisphere time zones west of and including UTC-6 and 19 March in southern hemisphere time zones east of and including UTC-5. In the northern hemisphere, the summer of 2012 ended on 22 September at 2:48 PM UTC. Therefore, the last full day of summer was 21 September in northern hemisphere time zones west of and including UTC+9 and 22 September in northern hemisphere time zones east of and including UTC+10.
Summer 2013 ends on Wednesday, March 20 at 11:02 AM UTC in thesouthern hemisphere and Sunday, September 22 at 8:43 PM UTC in thenorthern hemisphere.
There are different possible answers for that. People differ onwhen the summer is and they are opposite in the northern andsouthern hemispheres. In the northern hemisphere, so…me say thesummer are the months of May, June and July, in which case it isthe 31st of July. Others would say they are June, July and August,in which case it is the 31st of August. Some say it is from thesummer solstice until the autumn equinox, in which case it is the22nd of September. Take each of those dates and change them by 6months for the southern hemisphere, so the 31st of January, the28th of February or the 20th of March.