Are you planning to plant some veggies for a fall garden? It's an ideal time to grow many cool-season crops like lettuce, kale, cabbage, beets and in most places there is still plenty of time to get this started.
Today is approximately 10 weeks from the average date of first frost in October in my area. This is plenty of time to grow short-season veggies. And if it happens that it's a warm fall, you could reap the benefit of an extended period of harvest. I have just planted some more zucchini seeds out in the garden, and I started some greens in containers on my porch. The seedlings will be easier to keep moist there and when they are big enough I'll put them out in the garden, under cover to keep the grasshoppers off. In my opinion, a nice patch of kale is worth this extra trouble.
Here's a nice article about fall growing in Mother Earth News:
This gives you links to gather the information you might need about the frost dates where you live.
Anybody else got fall veggies going?