Some costumed youngsters have braved windy weather for trick-or-treating amid Halloween storms, while dozens more Ohio communities will wait until the weekend to do their candy collecting.
A storm system that rolled across the state Thursday brought rain, wind and power outages to portions of northeast and southwest Ohio. Some communities were still without power early Friday.
The city of Columbus was among at least 20 central Ohio communities that moved their trick-or-treat hours earlier in the evening and warned parents to keep an eye on the skies.
Cincinnati kept its hours the same on Thursday night, but others in that area joined at least four dozen central and northwest Ohio towns in rescheduling for Friday, Saturday or Sunday. The city of Toledo was among those delaying until the weekend.