You know how it's autumn in Minnesota, yet we're currently sitting in the mid-thirties this week? Yeah...about that.

According to the National Weather Service, things aren't expected to warm up anytime soon. Unfortunately, that can only mean one thing: Winter might be coming a lot earlier than many of us would like. While we aren't expected to get a winter storm anytime soon, the start of November is already looking pretty chilly:

NWS Twin Cities

Last year, the average high temperature in October was around the mid-50s. How tropical would that feel right about now?

The news isn't all that bad; we could see some normal temperatures around Thanksgiving, but the first half of November is still expected to be pretty cold. Fingers crossed we get some warmer weather, because I'm still not over how cold winter was last year!

Source: Bring Me The News