Supposed to be pretty cloudy in my area though, dangit.
An excerpt from Space: Based on the latest national forecast, skies will be clear on tonight (Oct. 31) across approximately half of the United States as costumed kids arrive at the door looking for candy or some other Halloween treat. The southwestern U.S., including a swath of the central and western Great Lakes region as well as the adjacent Northern Plains, should have generally fair skies. So, too, will the Middle Atlantic and southeast U.S. coast, including much of Florida.
If you plan to accompany children around your neighborhood, you might want to enlighten them by pointing out some of the objects that will be visible in the sky. Better yet, if you have a telescope, give your visitors a treat of a different kind: Show them a close-up view of some celestial sights, starting with the most beautiful of the planets.