Saturday, September 15, 2007

Frosty Suburbs Monday Morning

I hope your garden got a good drink of water this morning because that will be the last of the rain we will see for quite a long time. Second of all, the growing season, for a few, will come to an end come Monday morning. I will outline the areas that could experience frosty temperatures, around 32 degrees, tomorrow afternoon with a map perhaps. Tonight the frost will be confined to western Massachusetts and southwestern New Hampshire. Northern New England is fair game as well, but many areas up there have already been below 32 this season. Tomorrow will be a chilly day with highs in the low 60's. Then Monday morning is when parts of southern New England may go below or around 32 degrees for a time that could put an end to our growing season. If your garden survives the early week frost, it will love the forecast later because temperatures will get back into the 70's by midweek and maybe approaching 80 by Friday.

Monday is going to be a chilly one to start off.

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