We've entered November and meteorologist Gerald Cheng said it's going to be a cool month for Northwestern Ontario.
"As we look a head into November it looks like it's going to be just around normal or slightly above. Keep in mind that normal is gradually going down as we head into winter, so it won't feel like there's a change," he said.
The average high for this time of year is plus 3. The average low dips down to around minus 3 at this time of year.
The coldest it's ever been on November 1 in Kenora since 1938 was minus 16 in 1984, and the warmest it's been is plus 15 in 1958.