No need to bundle up and ruin your Halloween costume perfection because Mother Nature is being extra kind and festive this year. Meteorologist are reports are showing that this October 31st is bringing relatively cool and bearable weather across most of Canada.
According to some weather forecasts, trick-or-treaters and Halloween party-goers will be able to enjoy some favourable weather, both during the weekend leading up to Halloween and the official holiday itself.
The Weather Network says parts of Ontario and Quebec will still be recovering from some massive snowfalls this week, so compared to snow and high-speed winds that will be thrashing the Prairies prior to Halloween, the holiday weather will feel like a breeze.
Reports say that most of the country will be cool and dry, hovering somewhere around 10 degrees, which is exactly the kind of weather we should be expecting at this time of year.
And for most of us planning to dress up as a sexy (*insert whatever basic costume you can think of here*), this is fantastic news. Now you don't have to worry about freezing your a$$ off or being drenched by the occasional fall showers that give springtime a run for its money.
As Mean Girls, Cady Heron, once said, "In the regular world, Halloween is when children dress up in costumes and beg for candy. In Girl World, Halloween is the one night a year when a girl can dress like a total sl*t and no other girls can say anything about it."
With that said, prepare to bare as much skin as you want to because Mother Nature's got your back this year.
The arena, which is home to the NHL's Toronto Maple Leafs, NBA's Toronto Raptors and the NLL's Toronto Rock, is featured in a whopping 1,144,605 photos on Instagram, making it the most-posted attraction in Canada.
It wasn't the only stadium to make the top ten list, either. Vancouver's Rogers Area took the tenth spot, while landmarks like the CN Tower, Whistler Blackcomb and Lake Louise were also included.
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The young star has 22 RBIs and 7 home runs in 32 games this season, so he doesn't exactly need help with his hitting, but Blue Jays fans will no doubt be excited to see just how good he can be with some meaningful footwear on as well.