A monster storm is expected to hit the central United States this Halloween.
Strong winds and torrential rain are forecasted for Thursday from the Great Lakes to the Gulf Coast. Meteorologists say isolated tornadoes are also a possibility.
In Macon County, Mo., conditions got so bad overnight that cars and trucks were forced off the road.
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Parents say the weather is making them change their Halloween plans.
"I have six kids," one parent said. "I don't want to drag them all out in the pouring rain, so I'm considering buying some candy and that way they'll have candy even if we don't make it out of the house."
Officials warn trick-or-treaters who do plan to brave the weather to be careful of water-covered roadways.