A shocking blast of cold air and the potential for snow will highlight the weather for millions in the Northeastern states this Halloween into the first weekend of November.

Meanwhile, another storm will hit the Pacific coast with drenching rain as generally dry weather prevails elsewhere on Halloween.

Winterlike Cold, Snow for the Northeast, Great Lakes

Parts of the Northeast and Midwest will experience four seasons of weather in about four days leading up to the Halloween weekend. Late-summerlike warmth will be followed by springlike showers and thunderstorms, then cool autumn air and finally wintry winds and even snow in some locations.

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