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It could be because the sun is much lower in the sky, and formerly sunny spots are now in more shade. Sometimes this is because your house or a neighbor's is blocking the sun you once had.
Also, we've had a lot of cloudy, rainy days this fall. After this tough summer, that's been welcome for us all! But, it does decrease growth on plants that require full sun, especially if you recently started small seedlings.