Spooky Skies Will Rule Northeast, Northwest
3:45 PM EDT, October 31, 2012
By WeatherBug Meteorologists
Ghosts and goblins will get spooked with rain and mountain snow in the East and West for trick-or-treating tonight. Eerie calm weather will invade much of the Central U.S.
The powerful storm that walloped the East will have one final gasp of rain and snow from the Great Lakes to New England. Showers will pelt the eastern Great Lakes and Northeast with large snowflakes invading the northern Appalachian Ridge.
Erie, Pa., and Accident, Md., could see snowflakes while Deadman's Corner, Maine, sees a few spits of rain showers.
Much of the populated Interstate 95 corridor and Southeast will enjoy dry weather this evening. The same weather pattern in place all week in the Central and Southwest U.S. will continue full throttle tonight. This means places like Pumpkin Center, N.C., Tombstone, Ariz., and Ransom, Kan., will be able to hear every little creepy sound in the still night.
The witches' brew will get a few added raindrops in the Northwest as a storm comes onshore. Deadwood, Ore., could be one of those cities where rain could dim the jack-o`-lanterns.
Temperatures will drop into the spooktacular 60-degree range for the Southwest, Southern Plains and Deep South. Scarecrows will need to bundle up in the Northern Plains, Minnesota Arrowhead, Great Lakes and northern Appalachians with chilly 30s by evening.
Otherwise, werewolves won`t have any problems getting around in pleasant 40s and 50s at nightfall in Skullbone, Tenn., Goblintown, Va., Spiderweb, S.C., and Witch Hazel, Ore.
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