HOLYOKE, Mass. (WWLP) - With mid 60s Sunday and Monday, you wouldn't know if was a week before Thanksgiving, but change is in the air.
We've gone through a lot of different weather the past few weeks.
"You could hear the storm outside hitting the roof, but then just later on in a week there was snow on the ground during my class on Wednesday," said Gerilyn Hubbe who attends Smith College.
And as our weather has changed, so have temperatures.
"It's been up and down you know? It's supposed to be very cold right now and it's kind of warm and yesterday it was really really warm," said Alex Ayala of Holyoke.
As we transition from the warmer summer months to the cooler winter months, fall is really a season of in-betweens. We get little rises and falls in temperatures, but overall the trend is for cooling.
Summer average high temperatures are in the low 80s, winter average highs are in the mid 30s, so while we have warmer temperatures now, they won't stay high for long.
Due to the earths tilted axis, the northern hemisphere points away from the sun in the winter, giving us cooler temperatures and bringing summer to the southern hemisphere.
With our fall, so far, featuring hurricanes and nor'easters, this change is unsettling for some people.
"It's New England, this is how New England is, but the weather pattern with the hurricanes and everything is nothing that we've ever seen before, it's scary," said Corey Tsatsos of Millers Falls.