The weather, currently.
The weather will be perfect for Halloween! It will be somewhat warm and dry too. Now, if you are saying 'Oh, that's weird for a Halloween, it usually snows," remember that only 12 percent of Halloweens in Denver since the 1800s had snow. 19 percent had rain. If you want to look at the records, they can be found here.
Let's get straight into the Halloween forecast shall we?
1) In the morning it will be cold by sunrise. Temperatures will be slightly above freezing in the upper 30s and low 40s by 6 a.m. By 9 a.m. we will be in the 40s.
2) In the afternoon we see sunshine and mid 60s.
3) In the evening we see mid 50s and sunshine by 6 p.m. By 9 p.m. we see temperatures drop into the upper 40s. By midnight we see temperatures in the low 40s.
Activity forecast: Plan for a relatively warm fall day and wear layers no matter what you do.
Mountain forecast: The mountains will be relatively warm as well on Monday with temperatures in the low 50s and high 40s with sunshine. You see low 30s by 6 p.m. Upper 20s by 9 p.m. and Upper 20s by midnight.
What you need to know, currently.
We have a new story up today by Anna Abraham on flooding in Bengaluru and the ways state mismanagement and irresponsible real estate development has heightened flood risks for the poor.
"In August and September, heavy rainfall brought the city to a standstill. Over 1500 slum-dwellers are still seeking support to rebuild their lives, while many billionaires found themselves conveniently rescued by boat, the media attention it garnered being perhaps the only pro to the situation.
The sudden increase in Bengaluru rainfall, a pattern seen in the last few years, has been attributed to global warming. There has been a 162 percent increase in average rainfall since June this year — the city, which receives an average of 970-999 mm of rainfall a year, has broken all past records by receiving the highest annual rainfall of 1,704 mm, according to the India Meteorological Department observatory. Even more, rainfall is expected to follow, once the northeast monsoon winds arrive.
But climate change is not the sole culprit."
What you can do, currently.
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