The Weather of Halloweens Past
Overall, about one out of five years has recorded significant precipitation
during Halloween. Years with precipitation range from six percent of the years
out in the Panhandle to just over a quarter of years in the east. Typical
temperatures for Halloween are the upper-60s to low-70s for daytime highs and
mid- to upper-40s for nighttime lows. Young trick-or-treaters need jackets
about half of the time across most of the state, but those in the northwestern
parts could use a jacket almost every year.