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Frost Advisory issued for parts of WNY, northern Pennsylvania

The National Weather Service in Buffalo says temperatures are expected to be in the lower to mid-30s, especially in the valleys, which could result in frost.

BUFFALO, N.Y. — With the noticeable cooldown since Wednesday evening, temperatures have remained on the cool side, enough so to warrant a Frost Advisory in parts of Western New York and Northern Pennsylvania

With a mainly clear sky and calm winds, that will allow frost to form tonight in away from the lakes, especially in the Southern Tier for Cattaraugus and Allegany counties until 9 a.m. Areas such as McKean and Potter counties in Northern Pennsylvania are also included in this advisory too.

Temperatures will be dropping into the low to mid 30s in some spots, and when it is that cold, it is possible that the frost could kill some plants. 

So while you have some time this evening, either cover your plants or bring them into the garage to shield them from the first frost of the season. However, the potential for frost won't return again for at least the next four to five days.

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