No Trick or Treat More Persistent Rain Expected for Twin Tiers
It's not a trick and definitely no treat. There's a threat of more rain for Halloween.
The National Weather Service says an extended period of wet weather is anticipated for the afternoon of October 31 through Friday, November 2 as a moist frontal zone stalls out over the region with multiple waves of rain.
Forecasters say details are not clear as of 7 a.m. October 29, but there is at least some potential for excessive rainfall. Given that the ground that is already very wet and unable to absorb much additional water, there is a potential for some minor flooding in poor drainage areas.
Residents are encouraged to monitor the forecast in coming days.
For people thinking about weather-appropriate Halloween costumes: The fisherman on the frozen fish sticks box is an idea or attach strips of plastic garbage bag to the outside edge and a few on the inside ribs of an umbrella to make a cute jellyfish costume.