Labor Day was this past Monday, September 7th. Just two days later, September 9th, we woke up to 12 inches of "Rocky Mountain Humidity"! Along with a temperature drop of 53 degrees in less than 24 hours. That was one short "shoulder season" for Fall
camping. Luckily, the weather service warned us in plenty of time, and we were ready for it. And we're supposed to be back up in the 70's by this weekend. We may still get some Fall
camping in (then have to winterize again).