Gardener ALERT: Midwest Residents Brace for Chilly Weekend with Frost Advisories


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Champaign, Illinois – Gardeners across the Midwest are on high alert as a series of frost advisories take effect over the weekend. 

The National Weather Service has forecasted cooler temperatures and potential frost in several Midwest states, urging the community to protect sensitive vegetation. Temperatures are expected to drop to the lower 30s and even into the upper 20s in some areas, particularly on Saturday night.

According to weather reports, the advisories span across parts of eastern Iowa, with warnings for patchy frost mainly north of I-72/Danville, Illinois. These conditions may harm early spring growth, and residents are advised to cover or bring plants indoors to avoid damage. 

Further updates and detailed forecasts can be found on the National Weather Service website.


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