..until the High Holiday.
And just from odds alone, the weather will be free of rain and hurricanes.
Already starting to twitch....
Yup. No heavy rain or flooding, no heavy wet snow breaking tree branches raining down upon the Haunt, tornados or hurricanes. (or Shark-nado)Maybe a Jack-o-nado would be pretty cool.
I'd love to perish in a Jack-o-nado.An honorable end.
No snow please. Preferably in the 60's with a beautiful moon. I'd like that. The snow ball luminaries were fun to make and interesting to look it, but I really don't want a repeat performance! No,no,nooooo...
The weather is already very fall like in my neck of the woods (Pittsburgh). Can't wait for Halloween!
Oh, and Rot: while a Jack-o-nado would indeed be an honorable end, I'd much rather just fade away into the fog... preferably while laughing evilly, and in front of a group of horrified ToTs.
I agree with Spookshow's comment, we're statistically due for a dry, calm, warm Halloween in the Northeast this year! I'm not freaked out that there are only 98 days until show time as if today. We've been steadily working on this year's witch themed yard haunt. I've got a coven of witch props gathering in my basement!
Awesome!Looking VERY forward to that.
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