Halloween brought more than trick or treaters this year with a strong cold front moving into the Plains and Midwest last weekend that has since moved farther south. The Northern Plains saw overnight lows in the teens and much of the Upper Midwest saw 20s. As the front moves south, the Gulf region could even see sub-freezing temperatures. Despite the contrast from October’s mild fall weather, the colder temperatures are right on par with frost patterns usually seen in the U.S. Looking ahead, the remainder of November looks to be consistent with fall patterns, including variable temperatures and several storm systems. The next system is expected middle to end of next week, though models remain inconsistent. The timing comes with mixed emotions for producers, as Midwestern farmers hope for dry conditions to finish harvest, but those in the Plains would prefer precipitation to sustain winter wheat growth. Read more on November weather conditions.