FAIRFIELD, COUNTY, Conn. -- A warm, but possibly rainy Halloween is in the forecast in Fairfield County as the calendar turns to November this week, according to Accuweather.com.
But after two years in a row of severe weather postponing or canceling Halloween festivities, a light shower probably won't stop any trick-or-treaters this year.
The sunny skies and crisp temperatures will hang around on Monday and Tuesday with high temperatures in the mid-50’s and lows in the low to mid-40’s.
Clouds will creep in on Wednesday, with temperatures reaching an unseasonably warm 64 by Thursday. Possible showers are in the forecast during the day on Halloween, but they may clear out in time for trick-or-treating with temperatures in the 50’s.
The first day of November could feel like the first day of May with mostly sunny skies and temperatures forecast in the mid-60's.