BUFFALO, NY -- Most people are all ready for Halloween with candy and costumes picked out, but don't forget to add an umbrella to that costume since rain is in the forecast for Halloween this year.
Temperatures will be on the warm side though in the mid to even upper 60s, which would place us almost in the top 10 for warmest Halloween on record.
The warmest Halloween happened in 1971 with a high temperature of 73 degrees F. In 11th place is a high of 67 degrees in 1882, which we could tie this year. And the lowest Halloween temperature was 22 degrees in 1975.
The last time we had snow was in 2010 but before that was back in 1993.
On average a Halloween has a 38% chance of seeing rain. Only 11% chance of snow.
Average high temperatures are usually in the mid 50s with a low of 40. This year's Halloween temps will be about 10 to 15 degrees above average.