Consider dressing your trick-or-treaters in layers under Halloween costumes this year as the forecast for Roswell will be chilly, but clear skies are expected.
The National Weather Service predicts wind gusts to reach 15 mph in the evening hours. Because of the blustery weather and low humidity, Roswell has issued an outdoor fire ban. Otherwise the weather looks good with clear skies. During peak trick-or-treating hours temperatures are expected to be in the low 50s to high 40s as the night progresses. The night's low is 34 degrees.
A zero percent chance of rain is predicted.
The sun is due to set Wednesday at 6:45 p.m., and the moon, which is scheduled to rise shortly after 7:19 p.m., will appear nearly full.
There are no set hours for trick-or-treating in Roswell, but it generally runs from dusk until the porch lights are turned off, or about 8 p.m.
Be sure you and your children have the following tools handy:
- Pre-arranged route, or map
- Cell phone, or other form of communication
- Reflective clothing
AND snap a photo of your child's costume before they head out the door and upload on this page (see the "Upload Photo and Videos" tab above) to enter our Halloween Costume Contest. You can win the Grand Prize of $5,000!
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