Well we are only one more day away from trick-or-treat day, and the weather is looking on the scary side. Wednesday will be mild and slightly humid, with light rain in spots. Some get wet, others may stay dry since the rain will be spotty. Highs will be warmest along the coast in the 70s and in SC, in NC highs will generally remain in the 60s. Leave yourself a bit of extra time for the morning or afternoon commute.
For Thursday (Halloween), we are tracking a powerful storm system moving across the country. This storm brought the earliest significant snow to Denver since 2011. The issue with this system is that it will be packing a powerful cold front with high winds, and ahead of it a squall line will likely move across the East Coast. This line of potential storms could bring wind damage and even tornadoes. So any plans for trick-or-treating may have to either be cancelled or used with EXTREME caution!
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