Blizzard and cold for Halloween in some parts of the US

For those trick-or-treating on Halloween in parts of the Midwest, snow is on the menu alongside sugary snacks.

On Tuesday, the National Weather Service said snow will spread from the upper Midwest through the Great Lakes through Halloween.

As of late Monday, about 64 million people were under a freeze warning from southeastern Arizona to parts of upstate New York. Weather Service. Atlanta was among the lower regions Freezing clock By 10 am on Tuesday, the temperature will be below 28 degrees.

The weather service in Cleveland had fun with the forecast, warning “A terrible end to October is expected across the region” and Tuesday’s rain will turn to snow.

“Snow flurries,” with accumulations of about 1 inch, are forecast in Chicago in time for the morning commute. For the Baltimore and Washington, DC, areas, the next two nights It will be very cold of this fall.

A motorist clears snow from his vehicle Sunday in Denver.David Zalubowski / AB

The weekend will bring cooler weather to the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic, where temperatures will climb into the 70s and 80s. In Washington, DC and Raleigh, North Carolina, temperatures are expected to drop as low as 20 F in the 24 hours Monday through Tuesday.

Another fast-moving “Clipper” system from Canada to the south of the Great Lakes will bring snow showers and the potential for lake-effect snow to the region Monday evening. The National Weather Service said additional snow is possible as the system pushes into the upper Midwest on Tuesday.

Hurricane season remains active as the National Hurricane Center continues to monitor two disturbances in the Caribbean and Atlantic for possible development over the next week. The first is located east of the Bahamas with little chance of development, and the second will form a tropical depression towards the Central America later this week.

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