Environment Canada warning of frightful weather for Halloween

Environment Canada warning of frightful weather for Halloween

Environment Canada warning of frightful weather for Halloween

One Twitter user responded, "I'm 38, I had many a Halloween as a kid where I had to put a snowsuit on under my costume". You can have trees down, you can have power lines down.

"A flashlight, or some reflective tape should be included so trick-or-treaters can be seen", Knight added.

Reyes Medina of Leominster said he understands the decision as well.

Get out the rain gear and, while you're there, might as well get out the scarves and mitts.

"I think Friday, frankly, is probably the best day to do it, but municipalities can really only jump this around so much before everyone starts going insane", Hendricks said.

Rowley, Leominster, Essex, Westminster, Fitchburg, Newbury, Sturbridge, Topsfield, Boxford and West Brookfield have postponed trick-or-treating hours in MA.

Families are invited to dress in costumes and trick-or-treat at the Newport Centre mall in Jersey City. Coastal flooding is possible from noon to 2 p.m.

Halloween Party at the Boys & Girls Club, Syracuse, from 5:30-7:30 p.m.

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Topsfield from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Temperatures will "crash pretty quickly" overnight and drop to about 40 degrees Friday morning, he said.

If you haven't done so already, be sure to check your city or town's social media pages for updates about indoor Halloween options.

In New Hampshire, Windham, Hampstead, Hollis, Hudson, Lincoln, Pelham, Atkinson, Enfield, Kensington, Fremont, Nashua and Manchester are switching dates. Residents are welcome to stop by the police department during the new trick or treat hours.

In the west, trick-or-treaters are in for a frigid fright as temperatures are expected to plummet on Halloween night. This will be the first time since Saturday that Denver will see temperatures above freezing.

Leominster from 6 to 8 p.m.

The forecast in Charlotte also calls for thunderstorms, with hail and tornadoes are possible.

The Met Office long-range forecast, in place between Monday, November 4, and Wednesday, November 13, warns it will become "drier and cooler at times in the far north, allowing any rain to turn wintry over northern hills".

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