Spooky season is here, and with Halloween just around the corner, we are bound to see some witches and ghouls on the streets of Manchester. The Met Office forecasts some spooky, albeit wet, weather to set the mood even further over the weekend.
According to the forecast, Friday will bring a wet and windy morning with some chances of thunder. The afternoon however looks like it will be clearing up with a few sunny spells and a maximum temperature of 18°C.
The sunny spells look to disappear on Saturday however, and Manchester will instead see some heavy rain throughout the day and with temperatures around 17°C. So trick or treaters are advised to bring an umbrella, despite it ruining that halloween look.
For those who want to avoid the rain while spreading the Halloween spirit, Sunday is predicted to be drier than the previous day. Some rainy spells are still possible, but not as frequent as Saturday. Temperatures around 16 °C.
For those who fancy trick or treating on the actual Halloween day, Monday October 31 also looks drier than the weekend. Some showery spells are still possible however, but temperatures are looking to be way above average for October with a maximum temperature of 16 °C.
So get your fancy dress on, but don’t forget to bring an umbrella. Because nothing kills the Halloween spirit like a ruined costume.