Although it did not feel like Halloween or fall time this past weekend with above average temperatures, Halloween day and night will be a spook-tacular treat for cool-weather fans. Below-average temperatures will return.
Throughout Monday, expect a mostly sunny sky but breezy conditions. Highs will end up on either side of 60 degrees. This is a few degrees below the climatological average for the day of 64°.
Here's a look at the daily weather extremes for Halloween in Washington:
Hottest: 85° (1950)
Coldest High: 41° (1925)
Wettest: .67" (1976)
Snowiest: 0.2" (1925)
Trick-Or-Treaters will be delighted by the forecast for Monday evening. Expect temperatures in the 50s. Light jackets will be needed, but no need for a last-minute costume change into an eskimo.