We talk a lot about weather changes in this space, especially how a sudden cool front can goad bucks into movement. Well when that trend reverses, the deer activity can also nosedive. The last couple days have seen afternoon temps nudging 70, even in the northern reaches of this region. Coupled with higher humidity these balmy readings have suppressed whitetail activity, especially on evening hunts, and contacts in Iowa, Illinois, Michigan and Wisconsin have shared similar observations. Fortunately, a cold front is headed our way later in the week, and I'm predicting another round of excellent buck sightings to accompany morning temps below freezing.