Monday, September 28, 2009

Hard frost/killing freeze on it's way

Not going to have to chance the forecast that much from what Dirk left me He is feeling under the weather.He didn't sound to good.

Hard frost/killing freeze is still on tap for Tuesday night.Before we get to that lets talk about tonight.

Clouds are forecasted to remain with us through the night,along with winds still on the gusty side.This shall keep frost from forming tonight.Though temps will fall into the upper 30s across our Central and Northern areas and either side of 40 down in our Southern areas.Tomorrow will star mostly sunny skies and lighter winds.However this will not help in the temp dept as lower 50s are in the deck for the Northern areas and middle 50s Central and Southern areas.Tuesday night hard frost and killing freeze is forecasted for parts of our Central and all of our Northern areas,all except close to Lake Superior.See Dirk's forecast below for point to point,As I totally agree with his line up for this hard/killing freeze.Lows will drop into the upper 20s to lower 30s across said area,could see a few middle 20s in our cooler spots.Points South of Dirk's line temps will drop to the lower to middle 30s.So widespread frost is forecasted for them areas.
Wednesday will bring us warmer temps.Highs should reach for the upper 50s North to the lower 60s South.Wednesday night lows fall into the lower 40s North,and Central while middle 40s shall be had for the taken over our Southern areas.Rest of the week looks to be wet.Showers and thunderstorms will be possible on Thursday and Thursday night.Then rain showers dot the area for Friday,Saturday,and Sunday.Temps will start to fall back off after Thursday.Highs by the weekend middle 50s,lows fall back into middle 30s to lower 40s.

Forecaster/Paul S