Before your family heads our for trick-or-treating, you might want to add another layer- not for cold temperatures, but for rain.
Temperatures will actually be pretty nice and be in the upper 50s to low 60s tomorrow evening. But the concerns for layering up will be linked to a strong wind and chance for rain.
We’ll start the day with a warm and breezy wind out of the southwest. Then, as a front approaches, we’ll see a much cooler northerly wind take its place through the evening.
This front will also keep wet conditions around through the day. Even though you might not need the umbrella to start the morning, the chance for rain will only increase the later we get into the afternoon and evening.
Most trick or treat events are scheduled to happen between 6-8 p.m. During this time, rainfall will only intensify and we could see a few areas pick up 1/2-1″ or rain.
The rain doesn’t stop Halloween night either. A flood watch will be in effect Wednesday night through Friday morning as totals climb to 1-3″ of rain.
Despite the rain, I hope you have a very happy Halloween!