Well, at least it's not snow. The National Weather Service is calling for rain on Halloween, just in time for trick-or-treating.

The weather on Halloween in Central New York can be just about anything from snow to mild temperatures - but the worst is rain. Unfortunately, the latest forecast suggests that rain is exactly what we're going to get.

According to the National Weather Service, we can expect showers tomorrow, especially after 3pm (so maybe the school parade will stay dry) but after 3pm, there's an 80% chance of rain. The only comfort is that it will be a little milder than it has been recently, with the high temperature approaching 60 degrees during day, and a low around 46 degrees.

So while you may not need to put the kids' heaviest winter coat on under their costume, you may want to bring an umbrella - and maybe craft a poncho out of a clear plastic bag.

What's the worst weather you remember on Halloween?