Showers May Dampen Halloween Activities in Seattle

By Jordan Root, Meteorologist
October 30, 2013; 4:45 AM
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A weak disturbance will slide into Seattle and bring rain showers to the area through Halloween.

Unfortunately for trick-or-treaters, light showers will be around on Thursday and into Thursday evening and could put a damper on Halloween activities.

There will be breaks in the clouds at times through Halloween and high temperatures will be in the middle to upper 50s, which is close to average for late October.

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Nighttime temperatures through Thursday night will dip into the middle to upper 40s.

A stronger system will follow this weeks feature over the weekend and will bring heavier periods of rain to the area on Saturday and Sunday. Saturday will also feature gusty winds.

Story written by AccuWeather.com Meteorologist Jordan Root

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