Chilly Air Could Impact Plants Next Two Nights

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MOOSIC — If you have already bought hanging plants and have started gardening — heads up, it’s going to get chilly!

Behind our latest cold front, we have some chilly temperatures in the forecast for Sunday morning.

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Some spots in the northern tier may get close to 32 degrees tonight. Not only will it be cool tonight, the winds will pick up making for a chilly night and a chilly end to the weekend.

The cool nighttime temperatures will have a bigger impact Monday morning.

We have a more widespread threat for freezing temperatures Sunday night into Monday. The National Weather Service has already issued a Freeze Watch for parts of our area that will go into effect late Sunday night.

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So far, Susquehanna, Bradford, Wayne, Lackawanna, Pike, Monroe and Carbon counties are included in the freeze watch.

So what does this mean? Check out how cold it could be by Monday morning.


The National Weather Service issues a freeze watch when sub-freezing temperatures are possible. Sensitive plants can become damaged or killed due to the unseasonable temperatures.

If you have started planting and can cover up your plants – you may want to do so if not tonight, Sunday night.

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