• Halloween 2017: Coldest in 15 years


    You're in luck if you chose a heavy costume this year! 

    Oklahomans getting ready to hit the streets for Trick or Treat festivities will definitely have a chilling night. 

    Tuesday kicks off with a cold start, and the clouds roll in through the day. 

    Got questions? FOX23 Chief Meteorologist James Aydelott talks Halloween forecast, best candies below. 

    The good news? It won't be as windy as usual. 

    That's extra good news if you like your umbrellas to stay right-side in, because you might want one. The southeastern portion of Green Country should be ready for showers, which start coming in around 4 p.m.

    The system tracks over the metro around 9:30, after most of the festivities end. You'll want to keep an eye out though!

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