Your overnight temps probably depended a lot on your cloud cover, Larry's disgruntled by the lack of snowfall on the ground and in the forecast, but there are plenty of new things to enjoy in the natural world, whether it's an unexpected goldfinch or a green comet.
Phenologist Larry Weber wraps up the fall season (September was warmer than usual, but October and November were colder) and embraces winter with open arms. Even the coming cold and dark make a perfect backdrop, he says, for the Geminid meteor showers we'll get to enjoy in a couple of weeks.
Larry Weber has the stats as we say goodbye to October ... plus a look ahead to the changes we'll see in November, what's easy to see in his beloved season of aut-win, and some fabulous things to enjoy with the earlier-than-usual sunsets after Sunday.
* Remember to "fall backward," this weekend as we say goodbye to Daylight Saving Time, too. And Larry recommends listening to an extra hour of KUMD.