Posted by The Huron Hub on Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2019
If you plan to hit the streets to trick or treat this Halloween, you’ll likely need to layer up — and don’t forget the raincoat and umbrella.
The chances for a rainy night on Halloween is looking more likely as we inch closer to the holiday.
The National Weather Service in Detroit says a cold front will slide through the region starting today.
Soaking rain sets in on Wednesday, and continues through Thursday night.
Temperatures will become cold enough to potentially allow for mix/changeover to wet snow Thursday evening before precipitation ends.
So basically, it’ll be a cold, wet, and possibly a slightly snowy Halloween this year.
This begs the question: what will you do on Halloween if it rains? Let us know in the comments section of this article or post your responses on our our Facebook and Twitter pages.