An average early November weather here at 65 degrees north, 2 celsius but no rain. The darkness is something that I never get used to. I went jogging at 4 pm and it was dark already, apparently they forgot to switch the streetlights on.
Now this is a very British thread! In North West England (Liverpool to be precise) it is freezing cold, winds blowing a gale, and p*ssing down with rain. Perfect reading weather. It will be foggy round Britain over the next few days as Guy Fawkes night (or bonfire night) aproaches, as kids start setting up bonfires, and bigger kids (or little b@stards) light them for a laugh, and tons of fireworks get set off, it creates a kind of smog at night.
Right now, 37F...feels like 32...cloudy, some rain here and there...almost 6:30 p.m. eastern time zone, about as far west as you can go in that zone...sunset is at 6:37 p.m. Rises tomorrow morning at 7:39 a.m. That's one nice thing about the time change...like today, sunrise at 8:38 a.m. means that at 8 a.m. it is just beginning to get light and an 8 a.m. start time for work can be touch-n-go if you're working outside...or an excuse to do other things until full lite.