What can trick-or-treaters expect tomorrow evening? If the latest high-resolution forecast models prove accurate – there may be a break in the rain between 6 and 9 PM. The image below is from the latest North American Model (courtesy WxBell) showing steady rains across the D.C. Region at 3pm pulling north of the metro area by 6pm.
The “Scariest” portion of your Halloween may come from a loss of power as a strong squall line barrels through our region between 9pm and midnight potentially producing wind gusts over 60 mph.