Dangerous Weather Predicted For Halloween in Hudson Valley

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Trick-or-treat forecast: early candy gathering will be sticky humidity-wise also, with temperatures in the low 80s.

A squall line is expected to develop ahead of a cold front Thursday afternoon, with damaging wind gusts becoming the primary threat from these storms, in addition to the threat of localized flash flooding.

"The worst of the weather will come after trick-or-treating, on Thursday night into Friday morning, with wind gusts 70 to 80km/h an hour". Look for mostly cloudy skies with a little rain and possibly a few snow showers during the afternoon and evening hours. Most areas will be in the middle to upper 30's with our southern communities holding onto the low 40's by daybreak.

In Hellertown and Lower Saucon Township, it was the result of an online poll of residents conducted earlier this year that decided the date: October 31.

"Kids may be wearing extra gear to keep dry, and will be excited and won't be looking out for cars, so it's important they remain visible". The best advice? Find an indoor trick-or-treat event, if possible!

"The visibility's not going to be good, and you know how it gets when it gets inky and wet, so I would say you're going to have to take as much caution as you possibly can", said Wilson. Table spots may also be decorated, an update indicated.

There was no immediate response from city hall.

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Other cities in the northeast us don't think it's such a scary idea, either: 12 cities so far are moving trick-or-treating.

"We will have tables set up in the downstairs meeting room and the ballroom for you to use", a Facebook post announced Tuesday.

Once the rain passes, the wind begins to howl like the werewolf.

Greenup County: (6 p.m. -8 p.m.) Saturday, November 2.

A storm system with an associated cold front will continue moving east on Thursday, bringing wet weather for trick-or-treaters from the Gulf Coast to the Northeast - even some snow to the Midwest, according to forecasters. "My concern is for the safety of both children and adults crossing the five highways within our borough in those conditions".

Also, untreated sidewalks could still be snowy and slick. Make sure the kids bundle up underneath their Halloween costume. Trick or treat in the mall from store to store and then go to the Xfinity fireplace for a dance party led by DJ Beetlejuice.

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