That's the bad news. The good news is, hey, this is November. I'm going deer hunting in anything short of a hurricane. The other good news is that the weather front isn't severe region-wide, and hunters not in the teeth of the storm could have fantastic hunting. Tony Sehman of Thunder Ridge Outfitters filed his report this morning. "It's either feast or famine right now. If you're sitting where the hot doe is hanging out, you're seeing a dozen or more bucks in a single day. If you're not with that hot doe, you may see only four deer all day. We had another warm, windy day on Thursday, and that will keep it slow, but with this big cold front coming, today and the next week will be huge. Bucks will be searching harder, and the cool weather will allow them to travel all day. We've not had rain for four weeks, so a rain may have them reworking scrapes, too. Finally, the drop in temps should get does feeding harder."