On the eve of Halloween, the temperature dropped sharply, which began after the first snowfall of the season in most of the region.
Now, in just a few days, there may be more snow in the area.
Halloween on October 31 (Saturday) will be sunny, sunny in the 1940s to the mid-1970s.
For the first time since World War II, the moon on Halloween Saturday will be shown to the world on Saturday night. (The blue moon refers to multiple full moons in a month.)
After that, it should be “Fall Back” and set the clock back to 1 hour when daylight saving time ends at 2 am on Sunday, November 1.
As the calendar switches to a new month, the cloud will increase overnight. In the mid-1
There may be showers around 3pm on Sunday and after 9pm on Sunday. The low temperature will drop to about 30s overnight.
Then there will be snow opportunities from the morning of November 2 (Monday) to around 10 am. Snow opportunities are for the entire region. Rainfall is mainly snow showers, and there is no possibility of rain.
The high temperature on Monday will rise to a low point in the mid-1940s, and the sky will gradually clear, leading to mostly sunny days.
The low on the eve of the election day on Tuesday, November 3, will be in the mid-1930s.
Tuesday will be mostly sunny and hot in the mid-1940s to the first half.
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