The Weather Network has released its early Halloween forecast for Canada and things are looking up — at least, for British Columbia, that is.
According to The Weather Network, “some Canadians might be pleasantly surprised at the relative tranquillity as we approach Halloween, while others might just screech in horror. The weather might be as polarizing as our love-hate relationship with candy corn.”
In Vancouver, the trick-or-treating forecast is expected to be dry, meaning that you likely won’t need a costume suited for rain.
The Weather Network calls for a “ridge of high pressure” around the Pacific Northwest, which is typically associated with fair conditions.
“We can nearly guarantee the weather will be bone dry for the South Coast,” writes Tyler Hamilton, a Weather Network meteorologist. “Although the risk of fog might make for some seriously spooky scenes across parts of the province of British Columbia.”
When looking at The Weather Network’s seven-day forecast, Thursday, October 31 also shows mainly sunny skies and a 20% chance of showers.
You may, however, want to consider bringing along a jacket or extra layers — Thursday shows a high of 10°C and a nighttime low of 5°C.
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