Nor'easter and Cold Front Just in Time for Halloween

Frosty temperatures greet trick-or-treaters .
1:08 | 10/30/14

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And from one extreme to another now tonight, the coldest air of the season moving in across much of the country and now word of a nor'easter building. Look at this image. 35 degrees in St. Cloud, Minnesota. And that nor'easter, how much of this will affect the millions of children out for Halloween? Ginger has the timing of it all. Reporter: It's really the cold. I started the clock right when the kids will be out of school. Places like Oklahoma City are under a freeze watch by Friday night into Saturday morning. You can see why. We take the clock into early Saturday morning, so, a lot of people, maybe still be out. You see the 20s dipping into almost Chicago. Atlanta even gets into the 30s. So, yes, that cold smack goes all the way to the gulf coast. And there we go. The first storm I want to talk about, that's not the nor'easter, but that's another one. Bringing snowflakes from the great Lakes through west Virginia. And check this out. It's there, develops in the atlantic, it goes up. It is wind driven. Ugly rain. Nasty weather for Saturday and Sunday, accumulating rain and snow in apartments of Maine. After Halloween, so, just bundle up. Ginger, thank you.

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