Halloween Temps Bring a Chill Down the Spine

Girl wearing halloween costume
Girl wearing halloween costume | Image by SeventyFour/Shutterstock

The weather conditions for tonight’s trick-or-treating will send a chill down your spine.

As the sun sets, temperatures will drop into the 40s, so layer up your costumes for added warmth and protection.

With a northern breeze blowing at around 6 miles per hour, you can expect the weather to feel a few degrees cooler than the actual temperature.

The high for October 31 will peak at 57 degrees around 3 p.m., accompanied by sunny skies, falling into the upper 40s by 8 p.m., according to CBS Texas.

Tonight’s sunset will be at 6:37 p.m. and will set the perfect eerie vibe for your spooky adventure under the clear skies.

Looks like the chilly weather is going to linger as we can expect more of it heading into Wednesday and Thursday. The morning temperatures are expected to dip to the low- to mid-30s, so bundle up yourself and your plants.

Looking ahead to the weekend, we’re in for partly cloudy skies and comfortable temperatures, with highs reaching the upper 70s.

There is a possibility of rainfall on November 6, with a probability of 24%. The temperature is expected to remain stable during early next week, with highs ranging from low to mid-70s and lows in the early 50s, according to The Weather Channel.

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