The fall weather may be a bit of a mixed bag in Muskoka this year.

Environment Canada Meteorologist Gerald Chang says, while we’re likely to see more seasonal temperatures for the rest of September, that could change next month.

“As we head into October, we are looking at (temperatures) slightly below normal,” says Chang. “For those people who don’t like that, it seems like as we head into November we could get back up above normal.”

As for rain, Chang says it won’t be overly wet, but we might see more storms than usual for this time of year.

“We are expecting it to be around normal, slightly above for fall,” says Chang.

He says he’s not ready to make any predictions about when we’ll see our first snowfall just yet.

“We can’t avoid it altogether,” jokes Chang. “We’ll have to wait and see how October plays out.”