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Trick Or Treat Weather: Upper 20’s Expected During Prime Hours

One may need to alter your kiddo’s costume to include an extra later for this year’s Halloween festivities as temperatures are expected to hover in the upper 20s.

Partly cloudy tonight across the Northland, with overnight lows in the mid to upper teens. Partly cloudy again on…

Posted by US National Weather Service Duluth Minnesota on Wednesday, October 30, 2019

 

It could be much worse. No wind, no rain and no snow to deal with makes this year’s Halloween on the mild side. If the worst thing is having to toss on some hats and/or mittens I’ll take it. Or maybe it just means we cut short the door-to-door adventure and get the kids home at a reasonable time so dad can raid their pumpkins!!!!

 

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