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Snow on Halloween? Weather forecast for Columbus area shows chance of evening snow showers

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Are you taking your kids out trick-or-treating in Columbus on Tuesday? If so, you may want to bundle them up because the forecast shows a cold – and possibly snowy – holiday.

Here’s what the weather will be like on Halloween:

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10-year-old dresses in Halloween costumes designed around wheelchair

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) – A 10-year-old from Delaware County has gained a lot of popularity over the years for his creative Halloween costumes, because they aren’t just any costume, they’re designed around his wheelchair.

He’s had some creative costumes over the years. Blake says that this year’s costume however, is his favorite so far and any Columbus Blue Jackets fan will understand why.

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Report: Here are Ohio’s top 3 Halloween candy

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OHIO — CandyStore.com, an online bulk candy store, released its annual report on each state’s top three Halloween candy, and Ohio’s No. 1 choice may come as a surprise to some.

The website tracks bulk candy sales each year to come up with its rankings. In this case, it compiled 15 years of sales data from 2007 to 2022 to get the top three for each state.

For Ohio, the top choice for 2023 is Blow Pops, with more than 171,607 lbs sold. M&M’s came in second and Starburst came in third.

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Fairfield County celebrating Halloween season with Trail of Scarecrows

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Not only does October mark the beginning of spooky season, it means the Trail of Scarecrows is back in Fairfield County.

Scarecrow displays will be showcased in 14 different communities around Fairfield County throughout the month of October. On the trail, you’ll find more than 250 scarecrows with unique looks to them.

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Boo at the Zoo returns to Columbus Zoo

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October is just days away and the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium is celebrating spooky season with an annual tradition set to return for 2023.

Boo at the Zoo is coming back for every weekend next month with fun and not-so-scary activities for the whole family. Guests can wear their Halloween costumes, get some candy, take pictures, and discover all kinds of fun things to do.

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