10/29/11 – The type of weather you’ll have for Halloween depends on when your community holds its trick-or-treating hours. If you and your kids go out on Saturday in Randolph or Waupun, or on Monday in Cambria or Madison, you’ll probably have dry weather. Beaver Dam, Columbus, Horicon, Juneau and Mayville are among the communities observing All Hallows Eve on Sunday and trick-or-treaters are likely to get wet. The National Weather Service says it’s supposed to be clear Saturday – and then weak low-pressure system will bring showers Sunday before it clears up again Monday. Highs will be in the 40’s-and-50’s through Halloween. Overnight lows will be in the 30’s for the most part. Trick-or-treating temperatures should be about the same as they’ve been the last two years.