Temperatures to drop into the mid 20s. This is “3-6 weeks earlier than normal,” says reader.
The National Weather Service in Marquette, Michigan, has issued a frost advisory
Frost advisory in effect from midnight tonight to 9 am Friday.
* frost is expected tonight as temperatures drop into the mid 20s
to lower 30s. The coldest temperatures are expected across the
interior west half of Upper Michigan and in low-lying areas.
Temperatures near the Great Lakes should not drop below 40.
* plan on covering temperature sensitive plants or bringing them
inside if possible as they may be damaged or killed if left
* a frost advisory means that widespread frost is expected.
* Prepare, plan, and stay informed. Visit http://www.Weather.Gov/MQT
Thanks to Jack Hydrazine for these links
According to reader H.B. Schmidt, ‘The US Drought Monitor reported this week (Aug 29 2017) that “parts of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan experienced their first freeze of the season, 3-6 weeks earlier than normal.”’