HALLOWEEN revellers can look forward to Spring-like temperatures as one of the warmest Octobers on record comes to an end this weekend.
Those out trick-or-treating will enjoy a warm, dry evening after another sunny day.
And Huddersfield weather expert Paul Stevens believes the warm weekend will mean a record-breaking month.
“It looks as though October will end with warm weather and we could have the warmest October in Huddersfield since 1906.
“It has been several degrees warmer than usual, at 13.1 deg C as opposed to 10 deg, and we have had less rainfall. It is also unusual that we have reached the month end without one night of temperatures dropping below zero”.
Across Britain, the average temperature for this October so far has been 11.5C, making it the seventh warmest in records which go back to 1910.