Don’t blame it on the boogie, blame it on the sunshine. When the temperatures get cooler we know the earth’s tilt has changed the angle that the sun’s rays hit the earth.
This means that at present the sun is shining more directly on the top half of the earth and the northern hemisphere is getting all our long warm days.
Down below where I live the trees and plants are getting ready for winter. The shorter days and cooler temperatures tell the leaves it’s time to sleep.
We have had a warm late summer and so far autumn has had lots of sunny days. With these conditions the leaves will form brilliant purple, yellow, orange and red colours. The bay will be blue with a misty mirror feel.