The pictures in this post I took this afternoon from our deck facing 152 degrees SE. This year we don’t have the vibrant colors we usually have because of the early freezing temperatures and snow. The leaves are more yellow, a lot of brown and of course we have the green pine tree needles.
Today our temperatures were in the mid 50’s but all of that is going to change starting tomorrow evening.
The Plains, Midwest and Rockies are already experiencing the artic cold that started in Alaska and is coming our direction. By tomorrow morning we are suppose to have cold temperature at 24 degrees and by the weekend they are predicting 20 degrees! I guess the good thing is there is no precipitation in the forecast!
What is the weather is your area? Are you getting hit by this same artic cold? Are you a fall person, winter, spring or summer?
25 thoughts on “Tuesday’s Autumn View”
Crazy weather. It was in the low 60’s today and will drop into the 30’s tomorrow. The higher elevations may see some snow but I think we will be missed – at least I hope so!
I guess it’s that time of year!! Hope you don’t get snow…
No snow yet!
pretty autumn views. we’re due for our first freeze tonight.
thank you Tex! Move inside all your plants!!
Gorgeous photo’s!!! Its warm here almost 70 degree;s cold weather is coming Thursday.
thank you Suzanne! stay warm 🙂
Fall person I am—and like you, our leaves are the same—more yellow and dingy due to the late Spring’s freeze, ice and snow—-and we’re all hunkering down for what this massive cold front will bring by the end of the week—time for us southerners to get bundled up 🙂
Hugs Michael —Julie
I love the fall and winter months. Debbie had me light the pilot light on the gas fireplace this morning!
Gosh, that’s a beautiful view from your deck!
The weather changed here (central Indiana) this afternoon. This morning was beautiful and this afternoon misty, cold, and breezy. I headed out right after lunch and cleaned out the eaves troughs and raked the yard until the rain came. I knew it would be too cold after today to be outside to do those chores. We’ll be lucky if our temps reach 40 over the next week. We have some nighttime temps predicted below 20 degrees. 😦
I am surprised you are not going to get any snow! Below 20 is too cold, stay warm! 🙂
I am currently on a business trip to Scottsbluff, Nebraska. Right now as I post this it is 4 degrees with a low of -7 predicted and wind chill of -25. The forecasted high tomorrow is 8 degrees with another -25 wind chill. I will take your balmy 20 degrees. 🙂
oh no 4 degrees… too cold. I think when it gets to 10 degrees or less it’s hard to tell the difference unless the wind is blowing. That’s way to cold to be outside!
Not cold here. 🙂 Nearly 90F today.
90 is nice Maureen!!
Still very mild here Michael no sign of winter yet. We also have a lot of yellows this year. Stay warm!
I saw your post from yesterday, a lot of change in your trees and colors since last week!! 🙂
I’m a spring and summer person for sure. Today we have dense fog but the temps have been dropping and we actually had some very light snow flakes about a week ago.
good morning Judy! I don’t think this cold will get to you until Sunday evening, stay warm!!
In Poland, West Europe, we have nice weather like there in November, a positive temperature around 10 degrees Celsius, winter is not seen yet:-)
Cooler weather is indeed coming. Start a fire and bundle up!
We got out gas logs pilot light going ready to go!!
Today was really warm but tomorrow won’t be. We’re supposed to see thirties for highs this weekend and below freezing nights, so it has begun. I wouldn’t mind winter so much if I didn’t have to shovel my roof. That takes a lot of the fun out of it. My favorite season is spring and I’m already anxious to see it!
Keep warm Allen, I don’t think I would like shoveling snow at all, especially the roof!
Nice autumn colors, different from our area as we had the brighter colors this year. The cold is arriving now and the leaves are blowing quickly from the trees. Me I’m a fall & spring person followed by summer and then if I have to winter.