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Halloweekend Weather Report: A Light Rain's A-Gonna Fall (For A Few More Hours)

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Depending on the nature of your Halloween weekend plans, Sunday's change in weather could either be considered a trick or a treat.

Rain was not in the original forecast for Sunday, but cold winds sweeping in from Northern California have blown moisture and light rains farther south, reports the L.A. Times. Ventura County and western parts of Los Angeles saw about a tenth of an inch of rainfall during this morning's showers. Spooky!

According to the National Weather Service, there’s a 50% chance of rain in coastal and valley areas on Sunday, with the likelihood of more rain in the mountains. Either way, it's expected to be chilly (for L.A.!) and cloudy throughout the day: perfect weather for snuggling up with the Paranormal Activity marathon happening on FX right now.

As for Monday—Halloween proper, of course—it will be mostly dry and sunny during the daytime, with temperatures cooling off into the 50s at nighttime. Sounds like pretty good trick-or-treating conditions to me.