When is the average first frost in our area?

Labor Day seems to be the unofficial end of summer and it was generally cool this week. The exception was Saturday with warm weather and increasing clouds with some evening showers.

Sunday was cool and wet and Monday we were treated to some sunshine but temperatures remained cool for this time of the year. Everyone has sooo many green tomatoes. A cool growing summer season is responsible, lets hope that warmer temperatures return and do their magic on our gardens and plants!

We have two weeks before the Autumnal Equinox arrives and that means fall. So we need the heat and sun and fast!

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
943 AM MDT TUE SEP 7 2010

...AVERAGE FIRST DATES OF FROST FOR NORTH CENTRAL AND SOUTHWEST
MONTANA...

BOZEMAN.......SEPTEMBER 11
CUT BANK......SEPTEMBER 12
DILLON........SEPTEMBER 12
GREAT FALLS...SEPTEMBER 25
HAVRE.........SEPTEMBER 20
HELENA........SEPTEMBER 22
LEWISTOWN.....SEPTEMBER 11
W YELLOWSTONE.JULY 15

I hope you had a memorable holiday weekend and enjoy your week!

Fred

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