Happy Halloween! Tonight's weather, deer-resistant plants

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Daily Newsletter for Wednesday, October 31, 2018

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Be silent in that solitude,
Which is not loneliness—for then

The spirits of the dead, who stood

In life before thee, are again

In death around thee, and their will

Shall overshadow thee; be still
.

–Edgar Allan Poe (1809–49)

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Halloween 2020
Halloween 2020
Halloween is always celebrated on October 31 so the day of the week changes each year. Find the day of Halloween each year plus this holiday’s fascinating history (it may surprise you!). We also have a bagful of Halloween treats for you from delicious recipes, cool crafts, poetry, and fun...
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7-Day Weather Forecast
7-Day Weather Forecast
Get today’s forecast for your area as well as the upcoming week’s predictions, including current weather conditions, temperature, wind speed, and national weather radar, temperature and “feels like.” Simply input your ZIP or Postal code below to see the weather forecast
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Alpaca Fleece Socks

The cure for cold feet! Alpaca socks are soft, luxurious, and warmer than sheep’s wool. Choose from active outdoor and extreme cold styles.

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Deer-Resistant Plants
Deer-Resistant Plants
Oh, dear! Do you have problems with deer eating your garden plants? See our list of deer-resistant plants, flowers, and shrubs to keep the hungry herds away from your garden!
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Wine Bottle Lights

Create ambient lighting from an empty wine bottle! Choose a bottle from a special celebration or because of its interesting shape and color. 

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Halloween Pretzel Treat
Halloween Pretzel Treat

One of the editors here at the Almanac always makes these mini pretzel chocolate treats topped with M&Ms for Halloween.

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Scented Room Sprays

Change the ambiance of a room in an instant with our lusciously fragrant room sprays!

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The Man Who Cried for Everyone
The Man Who Cried for Everyone
Ready for a ghost story? Here’s a creepy and surprisingly touching story just in time for Halloween. This is the true account of a strange occurrence at Peoria State Hospital in Bartonville, Illinois, by the late George Zeller, superintendent of the asylum at the time (1910).
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The 2019 Old Farmer's Almanac Weather Watcher's Calendar

For those who like to keep an eye on the sky! Dramatic images of fantastic weather phenomena. 

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