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Snow covers a pumpkin used as part of a Halloween display outside a home as the season’s first snow storm sweeps over the metropolitan area Thursday, Oct. 10, 2019, in Denver. Forecasters predict that the snow will move out and cold temperatures will envelope the area as the storm moves on to the plains.

David Zalubowski

Colorado Weather

Snow covers a pumpkin used as part of a Halloween display outside a home as the season’s first snow storm sweeps over the metropolitan area Thursday, Oct. 10, 2019, in Denver. Forecasters predict that the snow will move out and cold temperatures will envelope the area as the storm moves on to the plains.

David Zalubowski

Which Halloweens were the coldest and creepiest in weather history?

Snow covers a pumpkin used as part of a Halloween display outside a home as the season’s first snow storm sweeps over the metropolitan area Thursday, Oct. 10, 2019, in Denver. Forecasters predict that the snow will move out and cold temperatures will envelope the area as the storm moves on to the plains.

David Zalubowski

   

How many of our Halloweens have been stormy? We got to wondering about Halloween weather history here in Chicago, and which nights have been the chilliest, wettest, foggiest, and spookiest.

Illinois State Climatologist Trent Ford was kind enough to crunch the numbers for us.

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