Storm-related darkness will not interfere with Trick-or-Treat times in the boroughs of Macungie and Alburtis.
Macungie and Alburtis will hold the annual ritual 6-8 p.m. tonight.
Macungie Mayor Rick Hoffman signed an emergency disaster declaration for the Borough of Macungie on Monday.
Macungie Council President Jean Nagle made the decision Wednesday not to postpone Trick-or-Treat in Macungie.
Lower Macungie Township has changed the time of its Trick-or-Treat to 3-6 p.m. Saturday.
Lower Mac released the following statement:
"Due to reports that power could be out until Sunday, the Trick-or-Treat hours were scheduled during the day for safety reasons. If your children are Trick-or-Treating without an adult, please remind them to be careful when it starts to get dark. Have fun and be safe!
Last weekend an Upper Macungie boy was killed when he was hit by a car while Trick-or-Treating on dark roads.