Here’s how some celebrated the first night of fall in Philadelphia

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) — Seemingly overnight, the summer disappeared and the fresh autumn air rolled in. This was one of the hottest summers on record, with 48 days of 90 degree weather.

“I love it,” said Melissa Valle of North Philadelphia. “I was ready for the warm weather to go away and want to be comfortable outside and enjoy the peaceful weather.”

Shops started the new season all over the city. The Northern Liberties Night Market series featured dozens of food trucks to celebrate fall.

Morgan’s Pier launched its Fall Festival, which will run daily through the end of October. It’s filled with pumpkin carvings, Halloween-inspired drinks, and tons of fall cheer.

“It’s really good to bring the community here, especially after the pandemic,” said Fahvian Shorey, events coordinator for Morgan’s Pier. “It’s always good to get kids out, and since we’ve got pumpkin carving, it’s really good for parents to just give their kids something to do.”

And with the week ahead of peaks in the 70s, residents are just glad football season is back.

“We’re ready and Rosie is in her outfit. She’s dressed up, ready for the Eagles,” said Northern Liberties’ Kaitlin Konzerowsky.

And others are excited for the debut of fall outfits.

“I think the clothes, they bundle up in some sweaters and I love Halloween,” said Julia Foglio of Clifton Heights. “Get dressed up and have fun with your friends.”

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