Lexingtonians woke up to something quite scary on Friday - SNOW - and news of a weekend nor'easter expected to dump 2-4 inches more before its departure on Sunday morning.
Although it's not unusual to see a few flakes towards the end of October, many believe a sizeable snowfall and nor'easter before Halloween signal a harsh winter to come.
With the fall season still in full swing (we're not even near peak color!), the possibility of power outages due to weight of snow on tree limbs is high.
Scary though the forecast may be, it's nothing in comparison to some of the incredible Halloween displays that families and businesses around Lexington have created. There is even a carved pumpkin in the window of the Rectory at !