Snowstorm out west, will it scare your Halloween plans?

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NEW YORK (PIX11) – Tonight, a cold front will pass through the area. It is lacking moisture, however it will bring winds from the north making it a cool day tomorrow. Temperatures tonight will be in lower 40s for the city, 30s for the suburbs. A frost advisory is in effect for coastal sections of Fairfield county in anticipation of temperatures going down into the mid 30s.

Skies will turn partly to mostly sunny tomorrow as the front clears the area. With the north wind, temperatures will struggle to reach the mid 50s.


High pressure will start to move offshore and winds will begin to turn westerly on Wednesday. Clouds will start to move in especially in the afternoon and into the evening. Highs will be around 60.

A storm that is currently giving parts of the Rockies some snow is gradually moving east. As it heads into the Central Plains, it is expected to hook up northward into the Great Lakes. Some moisture associated with it may creep in as early as Wednesday night. By Halloween, there is a chance that a few showers could develop mainly in the afternoon. Another model is suggestion that the moisture wont come in until late at night after the trick or treating and parade. We will have to continue to monitor this as we head closer to the holiday.


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