But not good weather for farmers. Apparently we can expect a grain shortage. And a grain shortage means higher prices on bread and flour.
To add to all the other higher prices.
We're preparing for a tough winter. Energy prices have gone up so much we're not going to be able to have the central heating running like we're used to.
So we've laid in a stock of fleeces and woolies and we're hanging curtains in doorways.
And since there could well be power cuts- what with little Mr Milliband sticking out his little pink tongue at the Russians- we've made sure we've got lots of candles and tea lights.
Ailz has been trawling survivalist sites. Did you know you can use tea lights to boil a kettle?
It's raining again this morning. You can feel the chill in the air. The leaves are coming down.
An Indian summer would be nice.
We've just booked a mini-break in January- with Ruth- in deepest, dampest Somerset (rooms £9 apiece). It's something to look forward to.