If you feel a cool breeze in Portland this weekend, it might not be a ghost.
While we may not be able to celebrate the joys of the spooky season’s annual Halloween night like previous years, there are still some chills to be had.
This Saturday marks Hallow’s Eve for 2020, and the weather forecast is calling for some near 50° temperatures. It is also going to feature the first full blue moon to rise on Halloween in the past 19 years. Stacking those chills.
This is Halloween, everybody make a scene…the sky certainly will be with a rare Blue Moon (that’s a second Full Moon in a single month) falling this year on the spookiest of holidays. pic.twitter.com/vCz43WLKem
— Old Farmer’s Almanac (@almanac) October 7, 2020
Unfortunately for Portlandians, our look at the weather forecast also calls for some clouds, which means that spotting the full-moon on Halloween night may be a bit tricky, depending on the winds.
It’s important to remember that both local Oregon health officials, and federal health departments have recommended that Americans refrain from practicing normal annual Halloween activities that place people within proximity of others from outside of their household group.
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November 1, however, should bring us some straight sunshine, which will help incredibly with our candy hangovers.