Early November will feel more like December with chances for snow and rain.
A strong cold upper level trough will dig into the United States this week bringing colder air down from Canada.
Temperatures will run colder than average; not by a landslide but enough to bring wintery precipitation into the conversation.
The pattern will support perhaps a couple smaller clipper-like systems swooping under the core of the upper trough. It could trigger a bigger storm event for the Great Lakes during the second week of November?
Models have been showing signs of a major storm in early November so we'll see.
While the long range forecast is less certain, early indications are that temperatures will continue to be near or below average as they have been recently.