Areas of Frost Early Monday Morning

May 12th, 2013 at 4:00 pm by under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog

We dropped to 36 at WLFI & the Purdue Ag Farm COOP station last night.  However, last night there was wind, which halted frost formation.  Tonight, I do expect frost to form.

Areas of frost will develop tonight as winds calm.  Lows of 33-36 are likely with the coldest readings near 33 from Winamac to Logansport.

Tomatoes & peppers may get a bit nipped, as will impatients & begonias.

However, after this, we will see 77-83 Tuesday & 84-87 Wednesday!

4 Responses to “Areas of Frost Early Monday Morning”

  1. cliff davenport says:

    Well this doesnt pertain to weather but the Goodyear Blimp was over my house(south of Rossville) heading NW and having a terrible time going!!I 1st saw it coming out of Frankfort and I bet it took an 1/2hr to 45minutes to go maybe 5-6 miles!! And was swaying and diving up and down!! I dont have a clue what its doing out this way! Scary!!

  2. Bud says:

    I did have moderate frost this morning with a low of 34.6*. I sure wasn’t expecting it. Luckily it warmed up in a hurry and it didn’t kill the tomato plants. I’m covering them tonight.

  3. Bud says:

    The frost was heavy enough this morning that you can see brown shoe prints where I walked on the lawn this morning and the grass was crushed.

  4. Valerie says:

    I do hope this is the last of the cold snaps.

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