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FROST - FREEZE ADVISORIES UP FOR PARTS OF THE REGION TONIGHT

Some higher elevated areas have already seen frost in the past week, but tonight will likely be the coolest so far this season, and frost is expected to be more widespread, including some lower elevations. Frost is not expected in the Capital Region, or southern Hudson Valley, but will be likely in cooler locations. Delicate plants should be protected or brought inside where possible.

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Meteorologist: Craig Adams
Last Updated: Thursday, September 18, 2014 9:03:09 PM
 
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Weather Advisories:  FROST LIKELY NORTH OF CAPITAL DISTRICT OVERNIGHT
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While some higher elevations have already seen a little frost earlier in the week, we expect it to be more widespread late tonight and into Friday morning. It could include some lower elevation areas that have not yet seen frost this season. Frost is not expected in the Capital Region, and Southern Hudson Valley, but will be likely in typically colder locations. Delicate plants should be protected when possible.
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Tonight:  Frost Potential.
Frost possible, mainly North of the Mohawk Valley.
Becoming clear.
Quite chilly.
Wind: Light North Wind
Sunrise:  6:39 AM
Low: 32-38 (some upper 20s in the Adirondacks)
 
Tomorrow:  Sunny skies.
Rather cool.
Wind: Becoming SE 10 mph
Sunset: 6:58 PM
High: Low 60s
 
Tomorrow Night:  A few clouds, but generally fair conditions.
Low: 40-45
 
Saturday:  Clouds with sun in and out.
Breezy and milder.
High: Low 70s
 
Sunday:  Mostly cloudy with scattered showers around.
Breezy and mild.
High: Near 75
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