Fall means pumpkin spice lattes, Ugg boots, leggings on the daily and cooler temps. It's looking like this year's "basic season" will take a lot longer to get here. As in: prepare to sweat for several months.

While we can't forget about Snowmageddon and an entire flooding season, we can still appreciate the fact that the Treasure Valley gives us all the seasons and typically on time.

The entire nation EXCEPT the Pacific Northwest will need to prepare for higher than average temps. What does that mean? It means that we should be getting our chill on around the same time we typically do each year.

If I recall correctly (why do I forget each year?), our colder weather comes near the end of October. Halloween can be hit and miss as far as temps go and we have been known to see snow the first week of November. That's our month. November will be our month.

Now that I think about it, maybe the whole "on time" weather comment I made was a blatant lie.

I am doing everything I can to not dread another 100 degree day but the thought of sitting with a warm cup of coffee all snuggled up feeling a breeze coming through my window gives me chills, it's so amazing. We are about a month from (actual) football season and the fall is calling my name.

I just reviewed the weather. I can't believe it. I just find this to be so interesting and important for outfit choices. Here's a complete rundown of what things should look like in the coming months.