Ok, let’s take a look at the calendar here, if I’m not mistaken we are pretty well advanced in October, don’t get me wrong, I understand predicting the weather in the Texas Panhandle is as easy as calming a 4 years who dropped their ice cream but for crying out loud while it’s still in the 90s, you have to ask … what’s it like?
The average for this time of year should be between the low to mid-70s, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have outlier days. This summer has had a few cooler than normal weeks after all. and as hot as it has been lately, Farmer’s Almanac actually says that we could be in a repeat this winter when it comes to cold. If you’re done with the heat … there’s good news.
There is a pretty good cold front that happens overnight
Waking up on Sunday the first thing you notice should be a good change in wind as they usher in some fairly chilly fall air with highs expected only in the upper 60s, as well as a fairly good chance of rain for the day. ‘to accompany. and the best news for those of you who like the coolness, the weather seems to stay that way over the next few days with a cold front strengthening on Tuesday night that could also lead to storms.
Now keep in mind that fall is finally starting to set in, so it might not be a bad idea to check some objects in the house before it gets too cold. Are you up for the cold or maybe you like it hot, let us know on the app!
Catch a Scare this Halloween at These Haunted Houses in Amarillo (2021)
If you didn’t jump, don’t worry … you sure will if you walk into one of these horrid Halloween lairs!
They’ve spent the whole year preparing to deliver the scariest, most thrilling, and terrifying scares. Make sure you hit them all, we’ve got all the info for you below!
Here are all of Amarillo’s haunted houses for Halloween 2021!
Always ready: check out these apocalyptic bunkers in Texas
I’m not the type to believe that at any moment everything will ignite. If I was, and had extreme disposable income, I would have spent the apocalypse in one of those insane bunkers you can get right here in the Lone Star State.