For the first time since 2010, it looks like Mother Nature won't be putting a damper on Halloween.
"Long range forecasts appear to indicate cool but clear weather for next Thursday night," Village Manager Philip Zegarelli wrote in an update. "So that brings us to the 'traditional Briarcliff Halloween.'
He warned police presence will be "stepped up" Halloween night and their will be "zero tolerance" for activities like shaving cream and egging vandalism.
"Parents are advised and reminded to watch for such pre-Halloween 'incidental situations' like sudden, heavy shaving cream and egg purchases," Zegarelli wrote. "Look for the 'pre-positioning' of stashes outside under bushes, trees or in piles of leaves."
He also advised parents not to drop off kids in others' neighborhoods, such as the Tree Streets. To do so, he wrote, is "not neighborly. Period."