It won’t be long before the streets of London are filled with little goblins and ghouls.
Hallowe’en is Monday and luckily for little ones and their parents alike, the forecast looks great!
Weather Network Meteorologist Brad Rousseau said we may see some rain on Sunday, but it won’t last long.
“By Monday, that’s all gone and by trick or treat time, it’ll be dry and pleasant,” he said. “We’re looking at temperatures through the evening hovering around 8 to 10 degrees with a nice, southeasterly wind so that should keep things mild through the evening as well.”
Rousseau said while little ones won’t have to completely bundle up Monday night, parents may want to make sure they have a sweater under their costumes just in case they get a little chilly.
“If we’re hitting at 10 degrees, it’s not summer warmth, it’s not exactly cold, but it could still get a little chilly for some make sure to have at least a sweater or something they can put under their costume that won’t totally ruin it just in case they get a little chilly out there, and make sure to always have reflective clothing on as well, so that they can be seen at night,” he said.