Will Utah weather be better for a sleight of hand on Saturday or Sunday?


There isn’t much rain in the forecast, but it does.

(Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) Michelle Binion accompanies her daughter Lizzie, 5, as they walk with friends while giving them a ride or treatment on Saturday, October 31, 2020, as they tour homes who have signed up for SugarHood Halloween, with every Trick Giving Participant committing to upholding CDC Covid safety standards.

Do you take your kids out for treats on Saturday, the day before Halloween? Or will you be going door-to-door on Sunday when it’s actually Halloween?

Some Utahns base this decision on their religious beliefs. But if you look at the weather forecast to help you decide, well, the forecast is pretty much the same for both nights.

According to the National Weather Service, it will be in the 1950s above 5pm Saturday, falling in the 1940s above 10pm. evening.

On Sunday, forecasts call for temperatures in the 50s above 5pm and average temperatures above 10pm. There is a slight chance of rain during the day and it should be mostly cloudy on Sunday evening.

In the Salt Lake City area, it will be sunny and 57 Thursday, sunny and 63 Friday, and mostly sunny and 61 Saturday, and there will be a slight chance of rain on Sunday, with a high of 57 expected.

Looking ahead, there is a risk of rain on Monday evening and a risk of rain and snow on Tuesday.

There is no precipitation in the forecast for southern Utah. And there isn’t much of a difference in the pre-Halloween / Halloween forecast in the St. George area, either – the 70s at 5 pm, dropping to the 60s at 10 pm on Saturdays; around 70 to 5 p.m., falling into the upper 50’s at 10 p.m. on Sunday.


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