Halloween trick or treaters will enjoy a dry, albeit cloudy Monday, with showers holding off until overnight, the National Weather Service said.
A mild daytime high of 65 degrees should make for optimum trick-or-treating this year, with a low at night of about 55. Showers should not arrive until after 2 a.m. and they will be lingering into early Tuesday, the weather service said.
Tuesday, after morning showers, should be cloudy with another warmer-than-normal high of 66 degrees, forecasters said.
Then the rest of the week is expected to be sunny and warm with lows at night reaching just the low to mid-50s, the weather service said.
Wednesday’s high could reach about 67 degrees while the high both Thursday and Friday is predicted to be about 65 degrees. A low of 49 is forecast Wednesday evening.
Satuday could see a high of 68, as the warm trend continues, the weather service said.