Early Halloween trick-or-treaters may avoid getting soggy
NATCHEZ — The little ghosts and goblins may need to bring a rain coat or an umbrella Wednesday night as they head out to seek some sweet treats.
National Weather Service forecasters suggest a cold front heading through our area late tomorrow is expected to bring a high chance of rain after dark on Wednesday.
NWS suggests the possibility of rain is at 40 percent from mid-afternoon through nightfall, with the chance of rain increasing to 70 percent and later to 100 percent after midnight.
In short, head out to trick or treat early to avoid the highest chance of getting soggy.
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