Halloween is now upon us, parties, trick n’ treaters and all the other things that go along with Halloween have already begun, but what will the weather have in store for Halloween night, when a large number of people will be taking to the streets to get sweets?

High Pressure over Europe has extended over the Eastern side of the United Kingdom and this has been keeping things generally dry for the last couple of days, however an area of Low Pressure will start to bring rain to parts of Western and Central areas, the South-East and perhaps East Anglia the only areas likely to escape the rain through the course of tomorrow.

So if you’re looking to be going out Trick or’ Treatin, those in the South-East are likely to see the driest weather, elsewhere, generally showery particularly the further North and West you go, where we’re likely to see longer spells of rain. Happy Halloween.

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