These are the safest and most dangerous cities to trick or treat. And Miami’s rank ... [Miami Herald]
On Thursday, more than 41 million kids and the adults tagging along with them are expected to hit the streets for Halloween trick or treating. So says the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Fact Finder page.
As you enjoy temperatures topping the mid-80 degrees with only a 10% to 20% chance of showers to spoil the holiday fun in Miami and Bradenton, according to the National Weather Service in Miami, you may want to trade all that in for the chance of frost and 40 degrees in Las Vegas.
That’s not because you’re expecting to get ice cream in your goody bag and afraid it will melt.
Rather, Miami comes up rather low on a new survey tapping National Highway Transportation Safety Administration data conducted by Cambridge Mobile Telematics.