Halloween forecast: much of British Columbia will be terribly cold under a full moon


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While the weather is expected to be terribly cold across much of British Columbia this Halloween, those who venture outside could be in for a treat.

A rare “blue” full moon is expected on Saturday evening, the second full moon this month.

The last time cheaters came out under a full moon in British Columbia was in 2001, but the last Halloween full moon in all time zones was in 1944, according to the Farmer’s Almanac.

© Gideon Knight_Wildlife Photographer of the year, young winner of the Young Grand title with: The moon and the raven. Photo by CB2 / ZOB /Gideon Knight / Wildlife Photograp

As for the weather, if you’re in the Metro Vancouver area, it will likely be clear and sunny during the day with a high of 11 ° C, then partly cloudy at night with a low of 5 ° C, according to Environment and Climate Change Canada. .

Elsewhere in British Columbia, the Prince George and Williams Lake areas are expected to see a mixture of sun and cloud with a high of around 4 or 5 ° C and a nighttime low of 2 ° C, while in Okanagan, it will likely be overcast and 10 ° C, dipping to 4 C overnight with a slight chance of showers.

In the northern Dease Lake region, forecasts appear sunny by day and freezing at night, dipping to minus 7 ° C overnight.

In central British Columbia, some communities may have snow on Saturday. The agency predicts a good chance of flurries in Smithers during the day but showers overnight.

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