It’s Gonna Be a Rainy Halloween in Alexandria

You might want to bring an umbrella trick-or-treating tonight!

A previous Halloween on Lee St. in Old Town, Alexandria. (Photo by James Cullum)

Alexandria, VA – Batten down the hatches! It’s going to be a wet one this Halloween. The National Weather Service projects that from the afternoon until the evening on Oct. 31 that there will be a “damaging line” of thunderstorms that will sweep across the region.

According to the National Weather Service:

“These storms will bring the possibility of damaging wind gusts and isolated tornadoes. Please be sheltered when these thunderstorms pass through your area

“The most likely timing of the line ranges from mid to late afternoon for the Potomac Highlands, to the evening for the Baltimore/Washington metros, to between 9pm and midnight for areas east of I-95 to the Chesapeake Bay. The storms will likely last an hour or less in most areas.” 

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