October is the most colourful Autumn month in Canada. Even when the day is grey everything looks festive and attractive. The colours are unreal bright, and under the faint rays of the sun they are burning.
The November warm and sunny days are not associated with inclement late fall. Rare windy and rainy days with the flying fallen leaves only emphasize the beauty of this November and fall in general in the city of Toronto. Sunrises and sunsets are extremely beautiful. The afternoon sun still warms and caresses numerous stroll lovers, which are enjoying the last days of the outgoing autumn.
The next Friday in Toronto and nearby cities the Christmas trees will be lit, and we mentally say goodbye to the autumn. This is the beginning of preparations for the meeting of winter and expectations of all seasonal holidays.
On Thanksgiving Holiday we were gifted with the real summer weather. It was warm and sunny. On Thanksgiving evening the sky was covered with picturesque clouds, the sunlight played on them and created magnificent painting.
Nevertheless, the autumn appearance is everywhere. Bushes and trees have acquired fall colors, wildflowers are not so bright and numerous, birds are going on a long journey and arrange training flights in flocks and wedges.
Canadian autumn is beautiful, bright, and optimistic without admixture of depression and melancholy.
The last two weeks of August and beginning of September were hot. Then temperature dropped down dramatically and rain with thunderstorm came to our region. Last weekend was grey and rainy. The autumn reminded to people to be ready for the nasty weather and cool windy days. Saturday and Sunday were boring, unpleasant, and depressive. But the Sunday evening sun brought hope that it is not real autumn it is just short reminder of it.