Sep 13, 2011 10:25 PM by Meteorologist Mike Rawlins (KXLH)
Temperatures are starting to cool and our average high is now in the middle 70s. We all know that Fall is approaching quickly.
Meteorologist Mike Rawlins got his hands on some numbers that show most cities in our viewing area should have already experienced their first frost, but it has yet to happen so far in most places.
Here are the dates of the average first frost and freeze for selected cities.
|CITY||FROST (36F)||FREEZE (32F)|
|Deer Lodge||August 14||August 25|
|Helena||September 8||September 18|
|Wolf Creek||September 16||September 28|
|Lincoln||August 9||August 18|
|Townsend||September 5||September 16|