Trick-or-Treat Weather: Mild Temperatures for San Diego This Halloween But Rain Ahead

Wet weather could make an appearance in the county on Wednesday and Thursday

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Happy Halloween, San Diego!

Monsters, ghouls and witches will be scouring the county and going door-to-door on Monday in search for some sweets. While trick-or-treaters seek candy for the holiday, their parents may be pleased to know it’ll be a dry evening with mild – but chilly – temperatures.

The first half of the day will begin with sunny conditions but as the evening creeps in, cloud coverage will follow.

“The second half of the day, we should start to see some clouds moving through,” NBC 7 Meteorologist Sheena Parveen said in her forecast. “(We’ll have) more clouds as we head into tonight but it will be dry for the trick-or-treaters this Halloween.”

The weather will be mild countywide, with temperatures forecasted to be in the low 60s throughout the region around 7 p.m. – perfect for prime Halloween activities.

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“This Halloween looks really nice for the trick-or-treaters,” Parveen said.

As the week progresses, temperatures will begin to dip and the forecast reveals San Diego County may get wet weather.

“This will be the warmest day of the week,” Parveen said. “After today, temperatures will be dropping.”

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Wednesday morning may get a chance for some showers, with the following day possibly getting snow in parts of the region.

“Then we head into Thursday; colder air moves in and this is when we could have a chance for even a wintry mix in our local mountains,” Parveen said.

As of now, rain totals don’t appear to be too heavy.

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