September 14, 2022
Last week I mentioned that by the end of September the chance for frost and an actual killing frost becomes a very big possibility. In looking through my records I did find that most killing frosts occur in October but they do happen at times in September. I asked the people at the Aberdeen Weather Service what constitutes a killing frost and they said that any temperature that drops to 28 degrees and stays there a number of hours is considered a killing frost.
The following are the killing frosts that I recorded in the last 47 years during September.
1981: Killing frost on September 17t...