BREAKING: Another FROST ADVISORY has been issued unexpected this afternoon for early Saturday morning across the Western and Southern Tier of New York, including Allegany County, and northern portions of Pennsylvania.
The forecast, for 2AM to 8AM tomorrow, is being reported by National Weather Service offices at Buffalo, Binghamton and State College, Pa., as dropping temperatures now are expected to result in frost formation which “could kill sensitive outdoor vegetation if left uncovered.”
Temperatures now are expected to rise into the mid-70s locally on Saturday before moving into the 80s, with sunny skies, for the next week.
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