Halloween is still a week away but an early weather model is predicting a shot at snow on Halloween night....

According to WKBW Weather, there will be a warm up the middle of next week, then a cold front will cause temperatures to drop on Halloween. It'll start as rain but could switch over to snow during trick-or-treating time.

The good news is that there's still some wiggle room for when that potential switch to snow will happen.

"The exact time of the cold core arrival will dictate when the flakes fly and being a week away there's plenty of wiggle room to the exact hour for the wintry switch."

At the very least, it'll be cold enough where you'll have to bring a jacket for the kids, especially with rapidly dropping temperatures.

Ugh, nobody wants rain, much less SNOW on Halloween!

Read the story at WKBW.