November ends the autumn season in Pennsylvania with cold nights that range from 30°F (-1.1°C) to 40°F (4.4°C). The average high temperatures are in the mild 45°F (7.2°C) to 55°F (12.8°C) range, and the sunlight gradually decreases by the end of the month. Western Pennsylvania has roughly 10 days of sun during the month, while the eastern part is comparatively warmer at 15 days. The foliage fades by mid-November, and crispy leaves fill the trails as the trees start to look barer in the absence of leaves. Rain is frequent but takes the form of drizzles as the wind gathers speed. November witnesses the first snowfall in many places - the western part of the state receives the first snowflakes and generally registers more snow than the east. Driving on the scenic roadways, trailing and biking in the mountains, and boating in the rivers and lakes are some of the best ways to enjoy the fall season. November is also the last of the fishing and hunting months before winter sets in.