Children from all over West Alabama have been enjoying tons of different Halloween events. You can almost hear the phrase “trick-or-treat, smell my feet, give me something good to eat” in your sleep.

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Tonight is when kids are hoping to land some great candy when they ring the doorbells of their neighbors, family, and friends. We have already seen a range of Halloween costumes like Baby Shark, Cowboys, Wonder Woman, Doctors, Kitty Cats, Police Officers, Mermaids, Bat Girl, Superman, Mini Mouse, and even a Chicken.

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James Spann, ABC 33/40, and Townsquare Media Tuscaloosa Chief Meteorologist said that the “morning clouds and fog will give way to some sun this afternoon with temperatures rising into the low 70s. We will mention the chance of a few small, spotty showers this afternoon over the northern third of the state as an upper trough swings through, but the odds of any one spot getting wet are generally under 20 percent. Most places will be dry for the trick-or-treaters this evening.”

Parents, this West Alabama weather guide will help you know how to maneuver your trick-or-treating schedule, what to wear, and how to prepare for the night adventure.

Halloween Night County-by-County Forecast + Evening Temperatures

Bibb

Mostly cloudy and the sunset will be at 5:58 pm

5p – 72 degrees

6p – 69 degrees

7p – 65 degrees

8p – 63 degrees

Fayette

Mostly cloudy and the sunset will be at 5:59 pm

5p – 68 degrees

6p – 66 degrees

7p – 62 degrees

8p – 60 degrees

Greene

Mostly cloudy then gradually becoming clear and the sunset will be at 6:01 pm

5p – 71 degrees

6p – 68 degrees

7p – 64 degrees

8p – 62 degrees

Hale

Partly cloudy and the sunset will be at 6:01 pm

5p – 73 degrees

6p – 69 degrees

7p – 65 degrees

8p – 62 degrees

Lamar

Partly cloudy and the sunset will be at 6:00 pm

5p – 69 degrees

6p – 66 degrees

7p – 63 degrees

8p – 60 degrees

Perry

Partly cloudy and the sunset will be at 5:59 pm

5p – 70 degrees

6p – 67 degrees

7p – 63 degrees

8p – 60 degrees

Pickens

Partly cloudy and the sunset will be at 6:01 pm

5p – 70 degrees

6p – 67 degrees

7p – 64 degrees

8p – 61 degrees

Sumter

Mostly cloudy then gradually becoming clear and the sunset will be at 6:02 pm

5p – 72 degrees

6p – 68 degrees

7p – 65 degrees

8p – 62 degrees

Tuscaloosa

Mostly cloudy then gradually becoming clear and the sunset will be at 5:59 pm

5p – 70 degrees

6p – 68 degrees

7p – 65 degrees

8p – 62 degrees

Walker

Mostly cloudy then gradually becoming clear and the sunset will be at 5:57 pm

5p – 69 degrees

6p – 66 degrees

7p – 62 degrees

8p – 60 degrees

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Stacker compiled a list of ways that Halloween has changed over the last 100 years, from how we celebrate it on the day to the costumes we wear trick-or-treating. We’ve included events, inventions, and trends that changed the ways that Halloween was celebrated over time. Many of these traditions were phased out over time. But just like fake blood in a carpet, every bit of Halloween’s history left an impression we can see traces of today.

 

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