Trick-or-Treat Forecast Calls for Dry Skies After Halloween Morning Showers

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There are few frights in this year's Halloween forecast.

Storm Team 4 says trick-or-treaters can leave the umbrellas and rain jacks at home.

Despite two days of blustery winds and on-and-off showers, the skies above the tri-state area should be clear of rain chances by the time kids are ready to head outside for candy.

Any isolated showers that fall Sunday are expected to clear out by the evening.

Temperatures in the 50s may have some considering a costume with layers or long sleeves.

The week ahead follows a cooling trend with the possibility of temps dropping into the 30s, a first for the season.

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