For Americans, winter may be unpredictable due to El Niño and record heat.
The United States is having a delayed autumn since temperatures are still above average everywhere.
However, a significant change is anticipated shortly when a cold front and storm system deliver colder and more precipitation to many areas.
Certain locations have even surpassed previous records for the warmest October day ever—Minneapolis, for example, had 92 degrees on Sunday.
Because to safety concerns, the Twin Cities Marathon had to be canceled because of the extreme heat.
The organizers said on their website that "it was just too hot for us to run a safe event for runners, supporters, and volunteers."
The northern Plains and the Rockies, where temperatures will drop by 20 to 30 degrees from Sunday to Wednesday, will see respite first.
With an average high temperature of around 80 degrees in early October, it seems more appropriate.