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Growing Season has Ended Over Much of Central New York and Northeast Pennsylvania

Clear skies and calm winds, associated with Canadian high pressure, provided ideal conditions for a widespread frost and freeze on monday night.

Low temperatures ranged from the middle 20s to lower 30s across much of the area, with slightly warmer temperatures over the northern Finger Lakes (lower to middle 30s).

This has effectively ended the growing season across most of central New York and northeast Pennsylvania, with the exception of Seneca, Southern Cayuga, and Onondaga.

Minimum Temperature 8 AM Tue Oct 7, 2008


Some Cooperative Observers and National Weather Service sites (also included on the map),

LocationMin Temperature
ADDISON,NY29
SCRANTON,PA33
BINGHAMTON,NY34
BLOOMINGBURG,NY37
BOONVILLE,NY30
BATH OBSERVER,NY29
BREWERTON BLO LOCK 23,NY30
CHEMUNG,NY24
COOPERSTOWN,NY26
CORNING OBSERVER,NY28
DELHI,NY25
ELMIRA AIRPORT,NY27
ELMIRA OBSERVER,NY30
HORNELL ALMOND DAM,NY27
ITHACA AIRPORT,NY28
ITHACA,NY28
LOCKE,NY27
MECKLENBURG,NY29
MILANVILLE (PARK SVC),PA29
MORRISVILLE,NY34
MONTICELLO,NY30
MONTROSE,PA27
NORWICH,NY30
ONEONTA,NY30
PLEASANT MOUNT,PA30
PROMPTON DAM,PA32
ROCK HILL,NY31
GRIFFISS AFB,NY29
SHERBURNE,NY29
SUNY ESF SYRACUSE,NY36
SYRACUSE,NY32
TOWANDA,PA31
WALTON,NY26
F. E. WALTER DAM,PA27
WHITNEY POINT DAM,NY29
WAVERLY/SAYRE,NY32

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Page last modified: October 7, 2008
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