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Trick-or-treat forecast for Atlanta, North Georgia

Although it will be a cool evening, Mother Nature won't be too cruel with no rain or high winds in the forecast

ATLANTA — It's the final countdown to Halloween, when little ghosts and goblins are out running free. Frolicking from house to house for something sweet -- it's trick-or-treat time on Halloween!

For fall festivals or last-minute trips to the pumpkin patch or corn maze this weekend, the weather will be cool to chilly depending on when you go.

Saturday still has a low chance of a few showers, especially earlier in the day. With a breeze at times and temps unseasonably cool more typical of the start of December -- dress in layers!

Halloween day is not as chilly. Sunshine will prevail with temps in the 60s. It will be leaps and bounds better than how the weekend began. 

Credit: WXIA

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By Halloween night as trick-or-treaters begin, temps will be cooling off quickly under a clear sky with a waning crescent moon. Expect upper 50s for the earliest trick-or-treaters. 

For those out late, temps will be dropping by a handful of degrees. The winds won't be breezy, which will be welcomed. But for the youngest trick-or-treaters, it'll be cool enough for a hat. 

Credit: WXIA


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