Fall's here. Summer never really was...
From the AP:
No need to root around the closet for sweaters and jackets: Californians never really put them away this year.
"The invisible summer, seamless from spring to fall," said Bill Patzert, a scientist at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory who studies the role of oceans in the global climate.
In Los Angeles, the last full day of summer passed Tuesday under the gloom of a deep marine layer - the low clouds and fog that put a damper on many beach excursions and made a dip in the surf bracing.
"The ocean never warmed," Patzert said.
Or, as Bob Dylan said:
Summer days, summer nights are gone
Summer days and the summer nights are gone
I know a place where there’s still somethin’ going on