Halloween is exactly one week away. Besides kids planning their costumes, they may also want to think about how to dress for the weather.
The annual candy-filled trek up city streets to collect as many sugary treats as possible is typically on the colder side of things weather-wise.
The Weather Network has come out with their Halloween night weather outlook for the country, giving Canadians a look at what to expect on October 31.
“We know weather is a major factor when choosing your kids’ costumes and it’s important to us to let parents know what to expect before they send their little ghosts and goblins out trick-or-treating,” said Dayna Vettese, meteorologist at The Weather Network. “Near the end of October, weather tends to be changeable and variable from coast to coast as fall is a season of drastic transitions.”