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I honestly do not remember ever having it rain on Halloween in my entire 25 years of life, so now, I don't know what's going to be happening to my neighborhood trick or treaters because it's supposed to rain Saturday. So far the forecast doesn't predict constant rain storms, just some showers during the day, but sometimes people don't like to go out when the ground is wet. I hope this doesn't ruin Halloween!
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Its suppose to rain here in Maryland also. I think its about a 30% chance and it isnt all day either so hopefully it will still turn out decent for the trick or treaters..its suppose to be in the 60's so Im happy about that. I remember growing up we have had some nasty cold and rainy Halloweens!
They had it predicted here but now it's changed to be clear skies. If it does indeed rain where you are at, you might check into some place that will have indoor Halloween activities. It's not the same but at least your family can have some fun on Halloween night. I know several churches in my area have Fall Festivals on Halloween night that is open to the public. I have been to them before and they are REALLY NICE! Hopefully you will not get rain on that night.
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I've passed out candy before when it rained and it was miserable for the kids. A lot of parents drove their kids door to door. I was a little slow in the neighborhood that Halloween. Hopefully it will be nice and the kids will be able to have a good time.
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