You’ll want to bundle up your young trick-or-treaters before sending them out tomorrow.
Environment Canada Meteorologist Geoff Coulson says Halloween night is going to be cool and wet in Muskoka.
Coulson says we could be seeing flurries in Muskoka as well overnight, but the snow won’t fall until long after the last trick-or-treaters have gone home. He says drivers should be careful, especially in the morning
As we move into November, Coulson says the first half of the month will be milder than usual. But, the second half could bring significant snowfall.
Last year, Muskoka had its first significant snowfall in late October.