As far as the weather goes, we've been pretty lucky lately here in Mid-Michigan.  Unfortunately for those on the east coast, it's a different story.

A rare October snowstorm has one-and-a-half million people still without power.  The deaths of 13 people are blamed on the storm.  The town of Peru in western Massachusetts got slammed with 32 inches of snow.

Several communities have rescheduled trick-or-treating for this Friday, November 4th because of downed power lines and other dangers for pedestrians.  Check out this report from ABC News that covers more of the havoc this storm caused, including passengers stranded on trains and planes for as long as 14 hours.  Meanwhile, we've been dealing with frost and fog.  Here's hoping we keep dodging the wrath of mother nature.