Looking at the long term weather forecast, I see that the days of 30+ temps are now over.
It'll be September by the weekend, and although it heralds Autumn, it's always been one of my favourite months (along with June).
September brings Mushrooms, Chestnuts and Chasse; it is usually a reasonably warm, calm, month. An intermediate month between the heat of Summer, and the oncoming cold of Winter, when the angst of high Summer is replaced by the relaxation of intermediacy.
We shall have plenty more days between 25 C and 30 C, but any swimming will probably be accompanied by a small shudder.
No long trousers for a while yet, but we will certainly be checking on the whereabouts of our wellies, scarves, and gloves. No fires yet either, but suppliers of wood will be reminded that our stocks need replenishing.
I can almost smell the aroma of Bourguignon, Ragoût, and Tagines. Change is definitely in the air.