Boo! Chance of rain scares more NJ towns into postponing Halloween
Faced with the threat of rain more New Jersey towns have moved their official trick or treating time away from Halloween night.
Chief Meteorologist Dan Zarrow said the morning rain will come to an end in plenty of time for the kids to collect their candy on Halloween night.
"It still looks like we'll catch breaks of dry weather at just the right time for trick-or-treaters. The evening will end with thunderstorms, heavy rain, and fierce winds continuing into the early hours of Friday," Zarrow said.
Temperatures will be ideal with widespread high temperatures around 70 degrees and a bit on the humid side.
The following towns have announced a change to their scheduled trick or treating times. Check your municipality's or local police department's Facebook page or website to see if there are any changes.
- Bordentown City: Halloween parade postponed until Sunday, Nov. 3 at 2 p.m.
Cape May County
- Ocean City: Moved to Friday, Nov. 1
- South Plainfield: Thurs, Oct. 31 3 p.m. - 7 p.m. AND Saturday, Nov. 2 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
- Upper Pittsgrove: Moved to Saturday, Nov. 2 5 p.m. - 8 p.m.
- North Plainfield: Moved to Friday, Nov. 1. 3-8 p.m.,
- Summit: Moved indoors on Thursday to its Community Center on 100 Morris Ave.
Dan Zarrow and Sofia Solimando contributed to this report
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