Wyoming To Experience Perfect Trick Or Treating Weather
Just a slight chill in the air. Enough to send a chill down the spine.
A little breeze to rustle what leaves are left on the trees. Maybe make a few tumble down the sidewalk.
Perfect weather for a night of neighborhood Halloween trick or treating.
This is the kind of fall weather that we all hope for on a night for young little spooks to go gathering candy.
A warm costume with a light coat, perhaps. But nothing a Wyoming kid can't handle.
This is the forecast no matter where you might be in Wyoming on All Hallows Eve 2022.
The weather doesn't really take a turn until the middle of this week. Perfect timing.
Late Wednesday and overnight into Thursday a front moves through the state. Expect rain and snow mix and temperatures dropping, considerably.
After that front moves through we'll just have to get used to daytime temperatures about 10 degrees colder than they have been the past few weeks.
Each day and night after Wednesday night expect that slight chance of rain and/or snow for the next week or so.
Winter is entering slowly this year. We have not had the early fall storm that slams the state and shuts us down for a couple of days before. Then it tricks us by getting a bit warmer again.
This year it has been one slow step down into colder after the next.
Forecasters are expecting a slightly wetter winter than the past few and an end to drought conditions.
We'll keep you posted on that.