Chilly, breezy night is forecast
Trick-or-treaters can expect a chilly but dry Halloween night, according to the National Weather Service in Reno.
Halloween night will be dotted with clouds while temperatures will hover around 18 to 28 degrees with light winds, according to technician Scott McGuire.
The first day of November might prove more frightening for people not ready for winter. A 20 percent chance of rain or snow is forecast for Wednesday night but McGuire called it “nothing too significant.”
Isolated showers could arrive Thursday.
So the Spider-men, princesses, witches and Star Wars characters roaming neighborhoods for candy might want to add an extra layer.
“It will be chilly (on Halloween night), which is normal this time of the year,” McGuire said.