Greensboro, NC -- Unseasonably cold air has arrived and could bring much of the area some frost early Thursday morning.
While temperatures Wednesday afternoon were in the middle 60s a cool northwesterly flow will continue to push much colder air into the Triad Wednesday Night.
Temperatures across the entire WFMY News 2 viewing area will drop to between 33-36 degrees. While we are not expecting temperatures to drop below freezing in most locations, the development of patchy frost will be possible.
As a result, a Frost Advisory has been issued for the entire area for Thursday morning between 2-9.
Temperatures early Thursday morning will be cold enough to damage tender vegetation if not protected or brought indoors away from the cold.
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