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Great Lakes: Snow Forecast in NE for Halloween Trick-or-Treaters

By    |   Wednesday, 29 Oct 2014 06:14 PM

Weather forecasts are calling for a chilly Halloween in areas around the Great Lakes and Northeast, with cold rain and snow expected Friday.

While it’s too early to predict accumulation amounts, forecasters don’t expect a return of the Halloween storm of 2011, when New York City saw 6 inches of snow, and 2.3 million customers lost power.

“Winter is coming whether we like it or not,” meteorologist Margaret Curtis said, according to Bloomberg News.

Snow on Halloween isn’t out of the norm. The first measurable snowfalls in the region typically occur in the first week of November.

People in the East and Midwest are expected to experience a full range of weather leading up to Halloween.

“Late-summerlike warmth will be followed by springlike showers and thunderstorms, then cool autumn air and finally wintry winds and even snow in some locations,” AccuWeather said.

Twitter users had mixed views on the possibility of a Halloween snow storm.







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