I remember as a kid having to deal with cold and rainy Halloween nights. Some kids tomorrow will be wishing for that luxury as they go around on sleds collecting candy.

If you're a resident or are traveling to the northern part of the lower peninsula you might want to bring your snow shoes. The National Weather Service is reporting parts of Gaylord, Big Rapids and Cadillac could see anywhere from 1 to 4 inches of snow through Tuesday afternoon.

Residents of the lower part of the state wont see much snow build up. However the Kalamazoo/ Battle Creek area can expect a mix of rain and snow showers throughout the day.

I'm sure kids won't mind as long as they still get their hands on free candy. Parents are the ones who are gonna be taking the L tomorrow. But I'm sure a few Reese's or Three Musketeers will be a sufficient form of payment for trekking the winter October weather.

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