The Halloween forecast, including temperature and precipitation – Tropical Storm Lisa forms in the Caribbean, barreling toward Belize – Daylight savings ends on Sunday – Today’s weather alerts and more
NWS weather alerts for Halloween
Here are Monday’s weather alerts from the National Weather Service (NWS).
Winter storm warning: northeastern and east central California; western Nevada.
Winter weather advisory: southeastern Washington; northeastern south-central and southern Oregon; northern California; east-central Nevada.
Flash flood warning: northwest Washington.
High surf advisory: Southwestern coastal Oregon.
High wind warning: northwestern Montana.
Wind advisory: northwestern Montana; central and southern Nevada; southeastern California; northwestern Arizona.
High wind watch: southwestern Montana; south-central Wyoming; Western Utah.
The Halloween weather forecast
Here is the weather conditions forecast for Halloween from the National Weather Service (NWS).
An atmospheric river could bring a chance of heavy rain and gusty winds in Northwestern Washington on Monday. In the West, rain and mixed precipitation are forecast for much of Washington and Oregon, as well as northern California, northern Idaho, and northwestern Montana.
In the East, rain over parts of the upper Midwest, Great Lakes area, Ohio Valley, and mid-Atlantic, including portions of Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts.
In the South, rain over portions of Georgia, Tennessee, and Kentucky.
Thunderstorms in the southeast portions of Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, West Virginia, Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey.
Thunderstorms across southern and southwestern Texas from the Mexico border to the Gulf.
Halloween temperature forecast
Here’s the Halloween evening forecast from the Weather Channel.
West: Seattle 42, Medford 38, San Francisco 54, Los Angeles 58, Boise 45, Cut Bank 37, Billings 45, Salt Lake City 47, Denver 40.
Southwest: Las Vegas 56, Phoenix 59, Albuquerque 39, El Paso 47, San Antonio 59, Brownsville 71.
Central US: Kansas City 45, Oklahoma City 51, Dallas 55, Lubbock 48.
Upper Midwest: Minot 43, Rapid City 44, International Falls 35, Minneapolis 40.
Ohio Valley: Detroit 53, Cincinnati 53, Chicago 44.
South: Houston 62, New Orleans 62, Memphis 51, Atlanta 50.
Southeast: Miami 78, Tampa 70, Jacksonville 68, Charlotte 59.
East: Norfolk 61, Washington, D.C. 59, Buffalo 56, New York City 58, Boston 55, Caribou 38.
Lisa forms in the Caribbean, could make direct hit on Belize as hurricane
Tropical Storm Lisa formed in the Caribbean on Monday with sustained winds of 40 mph, according to the National Hurricane Center (NHC). The storm is traveling West at 14 miles an hour. A forecast track released by the NHC on Sunday predicted the storm gaining strength and becoming a hurricane around 2 AM on Wednesday before making a direct hit on Belize sometime between late Wednesday and early Thursday, Breaking Belize News reported.
Daylight savings on Sunday
On Sunday, November 6, 2022, at 2 AM, time will “fall back” one hour, ending daylight savings time (DST).
However, Arizona (except for the Navajo Nation), Hawaii, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Northern Mariana Islands, Guam, and American Samoa all do not observe DST, Almanac reports.