11 depressing signs the summer is already over 


Goodbye summer, it’s been a blast.

August 31 is officially the last day of summer, according to meteorologists, which of course means that winter is coming.

While there are still a few weeks until the September 22 equinox, here are a few reasons why the summer fun is already over.

There are just 16 weekends left until Christmas Day arrives and there’s even an official festive Facebook group already counting down the days.

From September 1, that’s 115 days, or 2,760 hours, 165,600 minutes or 9,936,000 seconds.

Today we opened our world famous Christmas shop. Well done to all the staff involved! pic.twitter.com/O8WLHQIAMA

If you can’t wait until then, you can head to Harrods or Selfridges in Oxford Street where it is already Christmas.

Some stores already have their Christmas decorations on display, so there is no excuse for not getting all your present shopping done (extremely) early.  

Did you know? Today is the last day of meteorological “>summer pic.twitter.com/zYyKn5egGg

@metoffice this makes us sad… it&“>39;s surely too early to say goodbye to “>Summer :(

Damn, meteorologically it&“>39;s the last day of summer but I&“>39;m not done with it yet :/

Last day of summer……. School tomorrow………. pic.twitter.com/63c1YiTQfG

The UK August bank holiday (the one just gone :-() is the last of the year you can enjoy with the possibility of a little sunshine.

The next bank holiday is Boxing Day and December 27 (a substitute for Christmas Day which falls on the weekend this year).   

American punk rock band Green Day has also declared it the end of summer in their 2005 hit, Wake Me Up When September Ends.

Naturally, everyone attempts to wake the band up at the end of the month with a few helpful tweets.

It&“>39;s September.. You know what that means @GreenDay …

WAKE UP @GreenDay September is over!!! WAKE UP!!! “>WakeUpGreenDay


August looks set to be one of the hottest on record as parts of the UK enjoyed an extended heatwave – but will we enjoy an Indian summer?

The Met Office’s long range weather forecast predicts: The most probable scenario is for a continuation of the unsettled weather in the northwest and changeable conditions in the southeast.

Premier League clubs spent a record £1 billion in the summer transfer window.

Clubs won’t be able to sign another player until 2017 – bad news if your team is a bit rubbish. 

First PSL of the season! “>onlytimeigotostarbucks “>pumpkinspice “>fallisnear “>happymama ?? pic.twitter.com/wWZtlI9vWv

It&“>39;s that time again :-) “>starbucks “>pumpkinspice “>StarbucksPSL “>fall pic.twitter.com/1Yp1B9XgS7

Contributing to the premature “>PSL problem. Forgive me. “>PumpkinSpiceLatte pic.twitter.com/XWNsjq9GBT

Forget enjoying a cool iced coffee, Starbucks is already selling its hugely popular Autumn / Winter seasonal treat, the Pumpkin Spice Latte (PSL).

Should these treats be banned until at least Halloween?

The return of the X Factor means the countdown to the Christmas Number One is on, as Simon Cowell churns out another manufactured pop music sensation. The series finishes in December.

september is here summer is over get your brooms, scary masks ready may as well put up ur tree christmas will be here before you know it

When you&“>39;re trying to avoid the fact that summer is over pic.twitter.com/JoMRxzpiYr

Me when September starts: pic.twitter.com/0EGRmAuKWZ

when its September already which basically means summer is over & school starts in 5 mins & ur still in need of about 6 months more break

The end of the August bank holiday is depressing. Summer nearly over, time marches on and it&“>39;s heartbreaking.

not ready for summer to be over it lasted like 12 days

Meanwhile, here’s the reason meteorologists say August 31 is the last day of summer. 

Earlier this month, this spectacular red rainbow illuminated this historic English town – but what caused it?

Another photographer captured this blood red moon looming over New York in these stunning photos.

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