Despite howling winds and heavy rains predicted for Halloween night, the city of Toledo, and many other communities, say trick-or-treating will go on as planned.
The threat of severe weather has already forced some northwest Ohio communities to change their trick-or-treat plans. Elmore, Genoa, Wauseon, Woodville, Pandora, and Oak Harbor are among several municipalities that have decided to push their Halloween celebrations to the weekend.VIEW: Complete Trick-or-Treat scheduleSeveral parents have questioned the city of Toledo on their plans for Thursday night. The city responded on their Facebook page Wednesday, "Halloween in Toledo is still Thurs 6-8. Parents please use best judgement and exercise discretion in trick-or-treating with your kids."
The city of Findlay said their trick-or-treating will also go on as planned Thursday from 6:30-8 p.m. City administrators believe the heaviest rain will occur after trick-or-treating hours. They urge parents to use their own discretion as to participate; however, if the weather prediction changes, they will notify residents using their emergency notification system.
The city of Perrysburg and Perrysburg Township will not change the time and date of trick-or-treat. According to a statement on their website, "It will continue, rain or shine, on Thursday October 31 from 6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m."For the latest weather developments, follow the forecast on northwestohio.com or on Twitter.
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