Today may be the day to consider getting ready for some chilly weather.
The National Weather Service has issued a frost advisory in
effect from 2 to 9 a.m. Thursday, for portions of north and central
Georgia, including the Stone Mountain and Lithonia area.
expected to range from the lower to middle 30s, mainly along and north
of a line from LaGrange to the city of Forsythe to Warrenton. Sensitive
outdoor plants could be killed if left uncovered, according to the
Expect patchy frost and a low of about 36 Wednesday night
and areas of frost through about 8 a.m. Thursday, according to the NWS forecast. The highs are expected to reach the low 60s.
frost advisory means that frost is expected. We could see
another frost Friday night and early Saturday morning and maybe a freeze
warning for parts of northern Georgia, according to the NWS' hazardous weather outlook.
How do you prepare for colder weather, a frost or a freeze? Tell us in the comments-