Let's see: so far this month we in the Mid-Ohio Valley have had snow, a seventy-degree afternoon, driving rain, and now a tornado watch. (And thankful I am that our area seems to have missed the tornado band that hit further west.) How much of the weirdness is due to climate change, I cannot say, but November has been a wildly inconsistent month.
But some things can be counted on. The first junco was scavenging sunflower seed under the feeders this week, and a house wren is visiting the mealworm feeder. We can now safely assume that winter is on its way.