"Central and eastern areas remain mainly dry but there will be more cloud than recently".
The National Weather Service has issued Wind Advisories or Freeze Warnings for parts of the Hudson Valley on Halloween, with hazardous weather forecast for the entire region.
A strong cold front, anchored to a potent low-pressure system over the Great Lakes, is predicted to bring rounds of showers and thunderstorms to the Rock Hill area Thursday into the evening. Rain will return late at night and it will become heavy and possibly feature a rumble of thunder. By late afternoon/early evening, snow will begin to mix in (again). Meanwhile, public health and safety officials in Indianapolis have urged Halloween revelers to stay indoors. "For those who haunt their houses with decorations, plan to take them down Thursday night because of the strong winds".
Interim Leominster Police Chief Michael Goldman says moving the date of trick-or-treating will help keep the residents safe. The coldest Halloween on record could be tied as well. We will be partly cloudy Monday afternoon with an isolated rain chance, but rain chances will be on the rise as we head towards the middle of the next work week. Municipalities in the province that are delaying trick-or-treating and Halloween events until Friday include Beloeil, Candiac, Longueuil, Magog, McMasterville, Mont-Saint-Hilaire, Sorel-Tracy and Varennes.
In New Jersey, at least 14 towns have moved the traditional trick-or-treat night to later this week, or even next, to avoid the wet forecast.
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Memorial City Mall is hosting a Monster Mash Halloween Spectacular from 5 p.m.to 7 p.m. Thursday.
SATURDAY: Mostly sunny. High: low 50s.
"Honestly, as long as I get candy, I'm fine with it", said trick-or-treater Jose Villasenor of Leominster. Therefore not an incredibly pleasant day, but just good enough for trick-or-treating. Area rivers are also expected to rise.
With wicked weather conditions expected to put a damper on trick-or-treating Thursday, multiple communities in MA and New Hampshire have announced they are moving back the annual tradition of handing out candy.