Halloween Will Be on a Saturday This Year, So Mark Your Calendar
Halloween falls on a Saturday this year, which hasn’t happened in several years. The last time was in 2015 — and, in fact, that was the last time it was on a weekend, period! There will be two weekend Halloweens in a row coming up, though, since Halloween will fall on a Sunday in 2021.
Corona Virus Impact On Halloween This Year
With the ongoing novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the fate of the fall holiday is still very much up in the air, meaning nobody knows right now whether things like parties and trick-or-treating will be safe to do. And with a second wave of the virus predicted to hit in the fall — which is also the start of cold and flu season — things aren’t looking very promising.
Predictions For Halloween Costume:
Halloween will look a bit different this year, given that states are fluctuating between cautiously opening up and then closing down again due to rising COVID-19 cases. Though the majority of us won’t be throwing big parties, if you’re hoping to still celebrate October 31, there are ways to make Halloween feel festive in 2020.
You can dress up in the comfort of your own home and not leave the house at all, if you so choose. Unless you’re on trick-or-treat duty, slip on your face mask and properly social distance.
Our predictions on the trendiest Halloween costumes to wear for 2020—all of which you can DIY yourself, no matter how you choose to spend the night. Some ideas are;
Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly (For couples)
The Masked Singer
Tik Tok star
The Camp Kid
Anyone from Tiger King
Early 2000s Girl
Your Favorite schitt’s Creek Character
Kissing booth from the kiss
Predictions For United States Weather on Halloween 2020.
This Halloween, along with costumes and candy, don’t forget your coat or rain jacket! See what the Old Farmer’s Almanac long-range weather forecasts are predicting for your area on October 31.
According to our forecasts, by Halloween, most parts of the U.S. should be feeling very fall-like, with cooler temps and more precipitation having settled in since the end of summer. October 31 is practically the heart of autumn and is a time when many places start seeing evenings cool down even more quickly than the Sun is starting to set.
Zone 1 – Northeast & New England
New York, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Washington D.C.
Very unsettled for Halloween, especially over New England.
Zone 2 – Great Lakes, Ohio Valley & Midwest
Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Kentucky, Illinois, Wisconsin
More of a treat than a trick: generally dry weather should arrive in time for Halloween.
Zone 3 – Southeast U.S.
Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, West Virginia, Virginia
Clearing, with drier weather for trick-or-treaters.
Zone 4 – North Central U.S.
Missouri, Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado, Wyoming, Montana
Gusty winds arrive in time for Halloween.
Zone 5 – South Central U.S.
Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico
Dry weather. Watch for dust blowing over parts of southern Plains.
Zone 6 – Northwest U.S.
Washington, Oregon, Idaho
Boo! More stormy weather coincides with Halloween.
Zone 7 – Southwest U.S.
California, Nevada, Utah, Arizona
Clear skies for trick-or-treaters