Friday, April 9, 2010

Frost Advisory

With the clear skies, low humidity, and calm winds, temperatures will be allowed to drop tonight. Looks like low to mid 30's throughout the area. The colder air looks to be across the Eastern half of the state with widespread frost likely. As a result the NWS has issued a Frost Advisory for the eastern half of the state. Take a look at the map below:

If you have sensitive plants outside, it would probably be a good idea to bring them inside or cover them up to preven damage. This is likely going to be last remnance of Winter.

After a cold start for your Friday, it will quickly warm up into the mid to upper 60's with 70 degree weather near and south of I-70. This is just the start with mid to upper 70's from Saturday into next week. Lows will be in the 50's and 60's so for any morel mushroom hunters, 2 weeks and I would start looking.

I am seeing a cople small chances for rain in the coming days, but nothing much to discuss unless they materialize. I will have a new entry tomorrow morning.

Alex Pickman


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