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Hope your costumes include some sort of waterproof feature because Chief Meteorologist Robert Shiels just posted on Facebook that it's going to be a very wet Halloween.
A powerful weather system is headed to the area starting Wednesday night, and Robert says it will become more powerful on Halloween. Winds on Thursday will reach 15-25 miles per hour, with gusts in excess of 40 miles per hour - brr! High wind warnings are possible with this powerful fall storm.
Sounds like a bummer but hey - the good news is you still have time to dig out the galoshes and the raincoat before Thursday!
We're tracking this storm and bringing you all the latest forecast details and updates on TV and online. Catch Robert's forecast at 5, 6, 10, and 11 on Fox Toledo & WTOL 11 every Monday through Friday.
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