This year will be one of the warmest Halloweens we have ever seen in North Texas. A strong ridge of high pressure has sent the jet stream north and has been keeping Dallas/Fort Worth much warmer than normal.
Today, North Texas will hit 87, only 2 degree shy our of record high of 89. The normal high is 73.
- The coldest it has ever been on Halloween was 43 degrees in 1991.
- 1981 was the wettest Halloween on record with 3.63 inches of rain.
Since records have been kept, there have been 19 years with fog on Halloween and 16 years where it has stormed.
There has never been a Halloween with snow or ice.
The sun sets at 6:37 p.m. and it should be pleasant across North Texas for Trick-or-Treating. Temperatures will be in the 70s.