Northern lights, record late 30s, first frost in forecast?

As a solar storm hits the Earth's atmosphere, a great display of northern lights last night.  Also, a chilly start in the F/M area with morning temps in the 30s.  This is the LATEST we've gone into fall without temps falling into the 30s  A wind driven rain system tracks into the area on Wednesday with 1/2" to 1" of rain expected with locally higher amounts possible.  After Wednesday's rain and wind, we embark on a dry stretch for about a week to 10 days which is good news for the harvest.   Temps should remain close to normal to a little above normal.  Our first widespread frost is likely this weekend with our first freeze possible middle of NEXT week.  Fall is here!!


Chief Meteorologist,

Dean Wysockiu