Halloween Weather

pumpkinThis year, Halloween falls on a Friday and the evening weather forecast is always of interest.  Will it rain? Will it be cold? Will it be windy? ...Or will it be warm?  The following link will give you an idea of what it's been like over the years... http://www.crh.noaa.gov/oax/?n=Halloween .

Halloween this year looks mild and dry with light and variable winds during the evening. 

On average, high temperatures in the local area on Halloween are in the 50s for highs and in the 30s for lows.

For those that were wondering when that recent infamous icy, snowy, cold Halloween was?  It was 1991 and was notable for setting record low maximum temperatures and for it being icy and one of the snowiest Halloweens.

 

For the latest forecast click on the forecast map:  http://www.crh.noaa.gov/oax/

or...for the hourly weather...check out the hourly weather graph: 

http://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php?w0=t&w1=td&w2=wc&w3=sfcwind&w4=sky&w5=pop&w6=rh&w7=thunder&w8=rain&w9=snow&w10=fzg&w11=sleet&AheadHour=11&Submit=Submit&FcstType=graphical&textField1=41.25905&textField2=-96.05944&site=all&unit=0



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