Buffalo may be infamous for its winters, but it’s the first day of fall here in Western New York and the weather is glorious.
Unseasonably warm, it’s a nice day to celebrate the fall season outdoors. However, given the non-jacket-wearing weather, locals' choices for the day seem more like summer activities than fall festivities.
There's a large lack of standard September activity posts on social media. So long for now apple picking. Don't even think about raking leaves. Maybe save the hot apple cider for another day.
Check out some of the area's sights on the first day of fall. Here's hoping for just as mild of a winter.
— Adam Randazzo (@adamrandazzo) September 22, 2017
— john buczek (@JBBuczek) September 22, 2017
Even though the weather is nice and warm, some Buffalonians still found a way to celebrate the autumn season: