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There’s only one word to describe it: Booooo-tiful!

If you’re among the many who consider the presence or absence of snow on Halloween to be the deciding factor in the quality of a Winnipeg autumn, then this forecast is for you.

With a balmy high of 8 C expected Thursday under mostly cloudy skies, there’s not much chance of any white stuff on the ground when the young’uns head out on their trick-or-treat mission this evening. The temperature might drop to a still-comfortable 3 C or 4 C by the time the goblins and zombies hit the streets, but... did we mention no snow?

Expect increasing cloudiness overnight, with a low of -1 C; Friday’s outlook calls for a high of seven degrees under mostly cloudy skies.

The weekend forecast shows a mix of sun and cloud throughout, with a high of 6 C on Saturday and 8 C on Sunday.

And that, for November in the ’Peg, is pretty booo-tiful, too.

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