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    Cool down this weekend

    I saw forecasts for lows in the low 40s Saturday night -- any places in NE forecasting a frost?


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    Higher summits obviously.

    Chance of frost in the 'dacks according to Vermont's TV Station.
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    Looks to be in the 30's up at Jay....

    See, they're already making snow....

    http://www.weather.com/outlook/recre...om=search_vert


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    Quote Originally Posted by Brettski
    Looks to be in the 30's up at Jay....

    See, they're already making snow....

    http://www.weather.com/outlook/recre...om=search_vert
    Gotta love those up to date RSN cams...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hammer
    Quote Originally Posted by Brettski
    Looks to be in the 30's up at Jay....

    See, they're already making snow....

    http://www.weather.com/outlook/recre...om=search_vert
    Gotta love those up to date RSN cams...
    I saw the pic and was like

    Rule of thumb for Jay is that snowmaking will not commence until they have at least three consecutive days of below freezing weather....
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    defintiely should be hitting a frost in parts around here. leaves are definitely ready to go and just need the frost to start busting out. couple early turners here and there and a lot of dead leaves due to the hot summer.
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    Bring on the frost!
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    Below freezing tonight @ Mt. Washington

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    .....

    You know I haven't checked locally, but I bet we get one...even in Bangor. Moosehead L. & up will probably drop down... Bet both Kingfield, Sugarloaf, & SR will get one.

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    And some of you AZ veterans know what happens when I have the first frost...

    Don't expect it here for another month though.
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