Right now the weather isn't too bad. It is not that cold, not yet, the winds are light and the sky is mostly cloudy. Chillier air will begin to sweep down from the north later tonight, and that will start a stretch of very cool October weather that will last through the weekend. Today's official high temperature was 57 degrees, and by morning we should be down into the upper 20s. Tomorrow we won't even get out of the 40s, and with the wind coming in at 15 to 25 miles per hour from the northeast it will feel a whole lot colder than that. The winds will be dying down for Saturday and Sunday, but it won't be any warmer. High temperatures will only be in the mid to upper 40s, and lows will range from the mid teens to the low 20s. It should be mostly sunny, but the nip will definitely be in the air. The weather will slowly get milder in the early to mid part of next week, and it still looks like we should see some light rain by Tuesday or Wednesday.
On the home front, Beth is here, but she has come down with a pretty nasty cold. It seems like most everyone has been hit with the same thing, and a few have had the full blown flu. Over the past couple of weeks the members of our church have been hit hard, but I think that most are coming out of it. Great things are happening with the church building. The stained glass windows are starting to be installed, and the drywall is going into the school wing. I will have pictures again on Saturday. I hope that everyone stays warm. You might want to snuggle up to someone you love!