Temperatures tonight shouldn't be too chilly, but this morning it was a different story.
Several places saw their first frosts of the season.
And for those spots, it's something that's a couple weeks behind schedule.
For almost all of the Fox Valley, there is (based on climatological averages) about a 50% chance of having seen their first frost by the last week of September.
The first frost is defined by the first night of a season with a low temperature at or below 36 degrees.
Spots along the lakeshore, like Two Rivers, Manitowoc, and Sheboygan, saw their first frost as well.
They usually don't see theirs until the first week of October, so this is still late even for them.
We're even starting to get up to the point where most places have a had a good chance of seeing their first freeze.
Generally, we've reached that point before the end of the second week of October.
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