Forecasters Predict Cool Temps, Patchy Fog on Halloween

Rain won't get in the way of your trick-or-treating plans this year.

National Weather Service forecasters are predicting cooler weather and patchy fog on Halloween night for the Westwood and Century City areas.

Highs were recorded Monday of 89 in Northridge and Woodland Hills; 88 in Pasadena; 86 in Burbank, Culver City and Van Nuys; 85 in Pomona and San Gabriel; 84 in downtown Los Angeles; and 83 at the Long Beach Airport and Getty Center.

A cool-down will continue through Saturday, when temperatures are expected to heat up again. There is no precipitation in the forecast.

Wednesday's forecast high is 70 degrees. The National Weather Service predicts patchy fog after 11 p.m. with a low of 55. A high of 67 is forecast on Thursday.

—City News Service contributed to this report.

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Jeannine Chanin Penn October 31, 2012 at 09:28 PM
Our first Trick or Treat in our new neighborhood (Brentwood) where are the best decorated houses around here?
Matthew Sanderson (Editor) October 31, 2012 at 11:21 PM
Hi Jeannine and welcome to Brentwood! Happy Halloween! I am new to Brentwood too and I definitely saw a couple up on Bundy Drive near Sunset. I wish I saw more houses and had pics! If YOU know of or have a photo of a great Halloween house to show off, post it to our gallery here! http://brentwood.patch.com/articles/your-neighborhood-gallery-9c3e478b#photo-11533293


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