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Halloween: Spook-Tacular or Spooky Forecast?

29 Oct 2021, 6:20 pm

Depending on your location, your Halloween forecast could be bone-chilling cold or wickedly-warm! As a potent upper-level low swirls through High Plains and Upper Midwest Saturday, it will bring a ghoulishly cold weather pattern across the region as the winds howl. A system in the East will bring warmer than normal weather and a few spooky showers for Saturday.

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The cool air will continue to settle across the Northern Plains, reinforcing the cold air. The East will remain warm for Halloween with a few areas of rain in New England. It will be warm and bone dry across the southern third of the nation. Some mountain snows are possible in the West.

A few showers will move through the Northeast with a departing low pressure center, otherwise it will be dry across the East with trick-or-treat temperatures in the 50s and 60s.

It will be more unsettled in the Northwest with a few rain and snow showers around. The Southwest will be dry and seasonable.

From all of us here at WeatherNation, have a fun and safe Halloween!

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