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What a wild weather year we've had! Contrary to the rest of the nation, we've had a very mild summer.  And now Mother Nature is about to give us a taste of fall. "It’s as cold as 33 or 32. So I think our shot at a freeze is going to be Wednesday night into Thursday morning. And then we're going to warm up as we head into Labor Day weekend. I think Saturdays' high will be rocketing into the low 80's with morning lows still brisk and chilly, in the 40's, but at least the sun will be out if we have outdoor plans this weekend." Mark Thibodeau with the Weather Channel says that this is the time of year when we will start having pretty cold mornings and warm days.  He adds that if you are growing tomatoes or other sensitive plants, you may want to cover them up tonight.

 

 

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