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Early Frost In The Blue Ridge

[ 0 ] September 20, 2020 |

Photo By Tommy Stafford : Though not completely unheard, it was an early frost for some across the Blue Ridge Sunday morning. Temps dropped into the mid and upper 30s which allowed for some frost to form across the area. Bryant, Virginia – September 20, 2020.

Central Virginia Blue Ridge
By Tommy Stafford

It’s not completely unheard of for frost to fall around this time in September, but it’s not the average time that we generally see one happen. Closer into October is when we start seeing a frost in these parts.

But, that’s exactly what happened Sunday morning. A light to moderate frost fell in some parts of the Blue Ridge on both the east and west sides.

Frost coats the topper on this truck in Nelson County, VA Sunday morning September 20, 2020.

Photo By Craig Nargi : To the west of the Blue Ridge Parkway in neighboring Augusta County, more frost could be found. The was at Hermitage Hill Farm north of Waynesboro. September 20, 2020.

Here’s a handy chart to show you when we can expect to see the last frost across the area in the spring.

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