Mayor Plante decided to postpone Halloween in Montreal until November 1 due to bad weather forecasts on October 31. Although this didn't stop some from braving the weather, others who did wait it out are now confused since today's weather is just as bad - if not worse.\nRead people's reactions to the second day of Halloween below!\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nHalloween has been a whirlwind in Montreal this year, and I mean that quite literally. Mayor Plante made the executive decision to postpone Halloween festivities in Montreal for one day because of the extreme weather warnings that were being called for October 31. It didn't stop some kids from braving the weather, but Plante postponed many people's favourite holiday for the safety of the children, which is a fair thing to do - although many didn't seem to think so.\nNow, here we are, on the new Halloween day, and the winds sound like they could whip us all from one side of the street to the next. Winds reaching 100 km/h are in the forecast for tonight. So, these new weather conditions have left people wondering: will Halloween be postponed for another day? Will Montreal get to celebrate Halloween at all this year?\nSome Montreal parents, locals, and internet bots have been very expressive about this matter and are saying that this Halloween postponement is going to make the children more "soft" than they already are.\nThe Mayor has yet to comment today about what will be happening with the already postponed Halloween, but yesterday she responded to the immense backlash she was getting by tweeting "Damn if you do, damn if you don’t." And well, she's definitely not wrong.\nI would like to preface people's responses to the weather today with this very important video.\nView this post on Instagram . . . . . @cjad800 @ctvmontreal @chom977 @bttoronto #mtl #quebec #frenchcanadian #montreal #halloween #halloween2k19 #halloweendecorations #halloweenparty #trickortreat🎃 #trickortreat #terrebonne #stjerome #laval #westislandmontreal #weather #downtownmontreal #saintleonard #mtlliving #acting #toronto #ottawa #hamilton #actorslife #justforlaughs #justepourrire #ctvmontreal #cjad800 #chom977 #ontario #happyhalloween A post shared by Matthew Giuffrida (@matthew.giuffrida) on Oct 31, 2019 at 4:44pm PDT\nThe comedic Montreal icon, Matthew Giuffrida (playing Martin in this video), asks the questions on everyone's mind. If we can postpone Halloween, can we postpone any other holiday too? If it's not sunny on my birthday next year, can I change my date of birth for that year?\nBut on a real note, the weather out today is serious. The winds are some of the strongest we've seen this whole year and it's causing some serious damage around the city.\n#Montreal #storm #tree pic.twitter.com/MWloC4pD6w— Daniel Béland (@danielbeland) November 1, 2019\nWith trees falling left to right, could it really be safe for kids to go out trick or treating tonight? I'm an adult and I'm too scared to go outside right now.\nSo now, we're all left feeling like this:\nMontréal : On va déplacer Halloween yaura des vents violents le 31oct*vents violents rancent le 31oct et sont al le 1er nov*Montréal : pic.twitter.com/6dR4YhzSDl— \\(//∇//)\\ (@kkbl15) November 1, 2019\nTranslation:\nMontreal: We will move Halloween because of strong winds coming on October 31\n*strong winds come on November 1*\nMontreal::O\nThe Mayor made the announcement about postponing Halloween on October 30.\nAvis météo: j’invite les Montréalaises et les Montréalais, petits et grands, à passer l’Halloween vendredi en raison de...Posted by Valérie Plante on Wednesday, October 30, 2019\nAnd people continue to respond to it today, asking whether it will be postponed again or if Montreal just won't see Halloween this year.\nValerie Plante | Facebook\nIs Montréal mayor Valérie Plante going to postpone #Halloween again tonight because of the wind storm? Why not just postpone Christmas because of snow too? #halloweengate— François Péladeau (@FrancoisPeladau) November 1, 2019\nWith the terrible winds happening, we don't want this happening to the poor children of Montreal.\n@Val_Plante it’s incredibly windy out today. Are we postponing Halloween until tomorrow night now? #Montreal #halloweengate #Halloween19 🎃 👻 pic.twitter.com/iYY5NzBJRz— Kristopher ツ (@HelloKristopher) November 1, 2019\nThese two make a very good point. Please hold on to your children tight!\nThe parents will be so much more upset with the city when their children blow away. #Montreal #Halloween— Dean Garlick (@dean_garlick) November 1, 2019\nWith the way that wind is sounding, I might see flying trick-or-treaters tonight— JD (@_JMLD) November 1, 2019\nThey may even need something to hold them down if they brave the storm tonight.\nLa ville de Montréal recommande de lester vos enfants avec des poids en fonte pour passer l’Halloween, ce soir .— Paquit LeChameau (@PaquitLeChameau) November 1, 2019\nTranslation: The city of Montreal recommends weighting your kids with cast iron weights for Halloween tonight.\nShould we have just stuck to celebrating it on October 31 like every other year? Some seem to think so.\nHalloween is over, Montreal...should have sucked it up...it gets cold and rainy in Canada!— David Roth (@roth77) November 1, 2019\nThe ones who braved the rain yesterday may have had the right idea.\nNot my tree but near my place.. same kind of tree.. they’re cancelling school now, no power anywhere.. this winds crazy. Too bad Montreal postponed Halloween until today... glad we didn’t! pic.twitter.com/ByCLHbnL0q— Aterontia (@aterontia) November 1, 2019\nThe age-old saying that "you can't predict the weather" is truly coming into play today.\nIt is quite humorous when you think about it.\nMontreal reporting Halloween because it's raining lightly.. today streets are flooded everywhere. Good morning #Montreal How hilarious is this— Alfreeerson (@Alfreeerson) November 1, 2019\nAn unofficial source says we MAY just have to wait until tomorrow to see Halloween occur... But don't quote me on that one.\nApparently, parts of Montreal decided the rain and wind was to much last night & moved Halloween to Saturday this year.Though it was a random online news article I saw this in, so I’m not 100% sure of its validity because ya know, online news is so factual these days.....— Ashley Kathleen (@AshleyKathleenS) November 1, 2019\nAt this point I don’t even think Montreal deserves Halloween lmao— Riz (@RizChrystopher) November 1, 2019\nFor now, we can continue celebrating Halloween while inside!\nHappy Halloween Quebec 🤔👻🎃🤔#quebec #Montreal #halloween2019 #postponedhalloween #StrangerThings #canada #pumpkins pic.twitter.com/4eI0F01dYQ— Sheriann Baker 🇨🇦 (@Sparkiestgerm) November 1, 2019\nIf you hear any fresh news about Halloween in Montreal, make sure to contact MTL Blog on Twitter or Facebook!