Warm Halloween weather a treat for trick-or-treaters

EMBED </>More News Videos

Pleasant Halloween weather is expected to bring out more ghosts and goblins. (WLS)

Halloween 2016 was the warmest in years, and brought out increased numbers of ghosts and goblins.

In Downers Grove, recently named among best cities for trick-or-treating by Nextdoor.com, costumed children hit the pavement as early as 4 p.m. Monday.

Temperatures were in the high 50s and low 60s, and mostly dry throughout the Chicago area.



The mild temperatures were a stark contrast to two years ago, when the Chicago area saw it's only measurable snow on Halloween and temperatures barely reached mid-40 degrees.

Chief Kurt Bluder, of the Downers Grove Police Department, had reminders for Halloween safety - walk in groups, use sidewalks, wear light-colored costumes and reflective gear.

EMBED </>More News Videos

Downers Grove was named among the best U.S. cities to trick-or-treat by Nextdoor.com.

Related Topics:
weatherhalloweenforecast
(Copyright ©2016 WLS-TV. All Rights Reserved.)

Load Comments