We Now Know the Weather for Trick-or-Treating in Rochester
Pretty sure everyone in Minnesota is having a sugar high already thanks to bags of Halloween candy being bought and yes...most of us have already opened up those bags. But on the big night of trick-or-treating, when your kids will be going door to door gathering up all of the delicious goodies, how many layers should they wear under their costumes this year to stay warm? The weather forecast for Halloween night is out!
I noticed a few hours ago that Chris Kuball, one of the meteorologists at KAAL TV, posted the forecast for Halloween night in Rochester, Minnesota. This is one of those nights where parents love but in Minnesota, we also hate it just a tad because there is a huge chance it will be so cold that our faces will freeze.
I know this because I'm pretty sure part of my face froze off in the North Park area in NW Rochester about 5 years ago.
For all of the parents walking their kids from house to house on Halloween, I'm about to make you extremely happy. You are NOT going to freeze this year. According to Chris Kuball, it looks like we've got temperatures in the 50's for Halloween night. Your kids probably should wear a layer or two under their costume but we will NOT need hand warmers.
Everything You Need to Know about Halloween and Trick-or-Treating in Rochester
We put a huge Halloween guide together to help answer every single question you might have about the big trick-or-treating night. Below are a few of the stories you'll find in that guide:
- 20+ Trunk-or-Treat Events in the Rochester Area
- Rochester house goes all out with 130+ inflatables
- We Now Know How Old You Can Be to Trick-or-Treat in Minnesota
- List of the Best Neighborhoods for Trick-or-Treating in Rochester
- Full Halloween Guide