Frost possible early Friday

Posted November 5, 2009
Updated November 6, 2009

— Frost will be possible throughout the Triangle early Friday morning as dry air allows temperatures to fall into the mid-30s in many locations.

A frost advisory is in effect from 4 to 9 a.m. for 20 counties, including Wake, Durham and Orange.

The frost is not expected to be widespread and will be “isolated to areas where wind is calmer overnight,” WRAL meteorologist Mike Maze said.

Sensitive outdoor plants should be covered in preparation for the possible frost, WRAL meteorologist Nate Johnson said.

On Friday, temperatures are expected to reach the upper 50s under sunny skies. Friday night could be the coldest night so far this season as temperatures dip into the low 30s.

A widespread frost and possible freeze could happen early Saturday, WRAL chief meteorologist Greg Fishel said.

After cooler temperatures, things are expected to heat up this week with highs expected in the 70s on Sunday and Monday.


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  • time4real Nov 5, 2009

    this just in,
    DQ Blizzards for all!

  • colliedave Nov 5, 2009

    why do we need a frost advisory? It is Fall and we are not in Florida

  • time4real Nov 5, 2009

    heavy snow expected by morning. low sun angle and an approaching front will fizzle out once it hits the triangle, but will then reform east of the I-95 "corridor" and dump feet of snow over Wilmington. Roads are expected to be covered by 9am with high temps only expected to reach 72!
    Welcome to January Raleigh!

    Drought for everybody!

  • 007KnightRider Nov 5, 2009

    On no, WRAL is using the Winter Weather logo. Time for everyone to go get bread and milk.