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Sandy weakens in time for Hallowe'en


Sandy continues to dissipate across central and eastern Canada; Hallowe'en may be wet and breezy, but not 'stormy'
Sandy continues to dissipate across central and eastern Canada; Hallowe'en may be wet and breezy, but not 'stormy'

Staff writers

October 30, 2012 — For days, Sandy loomed over central and eastern Canada and had many people worried whether the stormy conditions would pass in time for Hallowe'en. Forecasters say trick-or-treaters can rest assured that weather will subside in time for the big day.

Despite a little bit of rain and a brisk breeze, trick-or-treaters, stretching from Ontario to the Maritimes, don't have much to worry about in terms of weather, says Gerald Cheng, a meteorologist at The Weather Network.

"Sandy continues to wind down, and the worst is over across eastern Canada," he said.

An area of low pressure, with light-to-moderate rain and wind is expected for southern Ontario, Quebec and the Maritimes -- but nothing that would be classified as "stormy." 

"Eastern Canada can expect unsettled weather Wednesday, but it's not dangerous weather-wise; you might just get a little wet," said Cheng.

Residents are urged to check their local forecasts and dress accordingly before going out to trick-or-treat. Click here to find out how you can get your own personal forecast.

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