Cold weather blows into Duncan

Noah McFatridge, Student Life Reporter

Right now is the time where the seasons are shifting from summer to fall.

Delilah Ballard-Dorcely and Breckyn Root show off their warmer wear Thursday, as temperatures remain in the 50s.

The nights are getting longer, and the days are getting shorter. And temperatures are starting to get cooler. This means football and other fall sports are getting underway.

On Wednesday, Duncan experienced some cooler temperatures, noting the seasonal shift. Temperatures didn’t rise above the mid-50s, and people came to school bundled up in sweaters and hoodies.

Wednesday’s cooler temperatures also brought rains that started Tuesday night and last throughout the day Wednesday. Even though fall doesn’t officially start until Sept. 22, things are starting to look like the season is already coming to Duncan.

With fall comes the changing of the colors of the trees. Some people may use the cooler temperatures to play football, while others may make plans to make giant leaf piles to jump into.

With the cold front, it almost feels like cold weather, that will last throughout the remainder of the year, is just around the corner.