National Weather Service Dreaming of a White Halloween

Plus: A local man accidentally took home the wrong kid from daycare, Bam Margera crashed his Porsche, the Flyers lost and more of what Philly's buzzing about today

Snow in the Forecast for Much of the Region This Weekend. The Allentown area is supposed to get hit with three to six inches of powder while Chester and Lancaster counties should expect one to three. Philly should get a coating, and even the Shore and parts of Delaware could see flakes sometime on Saturday. [6 ABC]

Judge in Dungeon Case Ruled on Ringleader’s Custody Back in ’02. Kevin Dougherty—the top judge in Family Court—is presiding over all custody-related issues in the Tacony Dungeon Case. As it turns out, Dougherty was the judge who, back in 2002, granted alleged ringleader Linda Ann Weston full custody of her niece. [Daily News]

Flyers Lose in Dramatic Fashion. The Flyers went down 5-1 early, and were down 6-2 in the second period. They scored four straight goals, including three in the first five minutes of the third frame, to complete a comeback. The Flyers and Jets then traded goals back and forth until there was 1:06 left in regulation, and the Flyers let one too many slip into the net. Afterward, new goaltender Ilya Bryzgalov went all sad panda on the media, shouldering the blame for the loss and expressing his lack of confidence in himself. [The 700 Level]

Daycare Gives Man the Wrong Toddler. A man who just got out of prison went to pick up his four-year-old daughter from daycare. When he got there, the daycare sent him home with a toddler. After a while, the girl in his custody spoke up and let him know she wasn’t his daughter. [FOX 29]

Bam Margera in Car Accident. The Jackass star says a truck made a wide left turn and smashed the side of the silver Porsche he bought just four months ago—right after the death of his friend and Jackass co-star Ryan Dunn. [FOX 29]

Atlantic County Mayor Vacated Seat With Continued Absences. A judge has ruled that Keith Hartman vacated his position as mayor of Atlantic County, New Jersey when he missed eight consecutive weeks of meetings. Harman claims his absences were the result of bullying tactics by fellow council members and that he couldn’t make public appearances so that he could keep his family safe. [CBS 3]