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Boo yah! No rain forecasted for metro Detroit on Halloween, unlike the past 3 years

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Posted at 6:50 AM, Oct 28, 2020
and last updated 2020-10-28 07:35:51-04

(WXYZ) — Halloween in metro Detroit will look much different thing year when it comes to the weather. By that, we mean it will be great!

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7 First Alert Meteorologist Kevin Jeanes said the forecast for metro Detroit will range from 50 degrees around 4 p.m. and drop only to 46 degrees by 7 p.m.

It will remain partly cloudy with no chance of rain or snow.

That's much different than the past three years in metro Detroit. Last year, we got nearly an inch of rain with temperatures around 47 degrees.

In 2018, temperatures were warmer, near 60 degrees, but we got nearly another inch of rain.

Then, in 2017 temperatures were around 44 degrees with trace rain and snow.

When looking back at Halloween records, the highest its ever been was 79 degrees in 1933 and 1950, while the lowest temperature was 21 degrees in 1988.

The most rain we've gotten is 1.59 inches in 2013, and we got .1 inch of snow in 1993.