Remember those Halloweens when you were little that were so cold you had to bundle up — or, these days, put heavy coats on your kids — before going trick-or-treating?
That won’t be a concern this Halloween in the Sunflower State. If anything, the kids might overheat.
The National Weather Service is predicting a high of 84 for Wichita, which is just shy of the record high of 85 for Oct. 31, set in 1950.
Highs around 5 p.m. Monday will still be in the 80s, according to the National Weather Service. Temperatures will linger in the 70s by the time trick-or-treat stragglers wrap up their treks.
There may be a few clouds, forecasters say, but precipitation won’t be an issue. It may be a bit breezy, though, with south winds blowing steadily in the teens. Gusts will be in the 20s.