Summer? I don't know her.

According to Business Insider, Starbucks is reportedly bringing back its popular fall drink, the Pumpkin Spice Latte, on Aug. 27, nearly a month before fall actually begins.

In 2014, Starbucks did a special "early release" run of the PSL on Aug. 26, this year's launch is the earliest official date ever reported for the beverage, according to BI.

Usually, the drink launches around Labor Day weekend, which for many parts of the country still feels like summer -- at least temperature-wise. Of course, you can order your PSL hot or iced, so the temperature outside may not matter much to you. But for the record, here are the average high temperatures in August for some of the biggest cities in the U.S.: 88 degrees in Atlanta, 97 degrees in Austin, 80 degrees in Boston, 82 degrees in Chicago, 86 degrees in Cincinnati, 91 degrees in Jacksonville, 102 degrees in Las Vegas, 84 degrees in Los Angeles, 83 degrees in New York, 104 degrees in Phoenix, 87 in Washington, get the point. Still pretty warm for a fall drink, but since we've had some of the hottest temperatures on record this summer, maybe it's just wishful thinking. If you convince yourself it feels like fall, maybe it'll actually happen.