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The Frostwatch Report for Tuesday, April 9 [AUDIO]
Tonight's fruit frost forecast from meteorologist Tim Creek and Pacific Weather Consulting.
Tim tells us to expect a safe night tonight, with low temperatures in the low to mid 40s. No frost protection should be needed. Increasing clouds over the Yakima Valley tonight will keep overnight tempera…
The Frostwatch Report for Monday, April 8 [AUDIO]
Tonight's fruit frost forecast from meteorologist Tim Creek and Pacific Weather Consulting.
Colder temperatures are expected across the valley tonight, with temperatures in the low to mid 30s. Cold spots could reach the upper 20s.
The inversion will be moderate to strong, with dew points in the m…
The Frostwatch Report for Friday April 5 [AUDIO]
Tonight's fruit frost forecast from meteorologist Tim Creek and Pacific Weather Consulting.
Tim tells us that it will be another safe night tonight, with low temperatures in the low to mid 40's. The valley will see increasing clouds, some gusty winds, and spotty showers through the weekend,…
Yakima Valley Tourism Welcomes Visitors to Wine and Ag Country
Welcome to the tourism season in the Yakima Valley. It is an industry that brings in millions of dollars and employs thousands of people in the Yakima County. Katie Heaverlo is Director of Tourism for the Yakima Valley Visitors and Convention Bureau who says besides the wine and sunshine visitors co…
The Frostwatch Report for Wednesday, April 3 [AUDIO]
Tonight's fruit frost forecast from meteorologist Tim Creek and Pacific Weather Consulting.
Very mild temperatures will continue over our region tonight, with lows in the 40s.
Dewpoints are running in the mid 30s and low 40s, under partly cloudy skies and a strong inversion...
The Frostwatch Report for Monday, April 1 [AUDIO]
Tonight's fruit frost forecast from meteorologist Tim Creek and Pacific Weather
It should remain a safe night in the valley tonight with temperatures in the upper 30s to the low to mid 40s.
A warm ridge of high pressure is over our region, so safe temperatures are expected tomorrow night as well.…
The Frostwatch Report for Thursday, March 28 [AUDIO]
Tonight's fruit frost forecast from meteorologist Tim Creek and Pacific Weather Consulting.
Variable clouds are expected to keep temperatures up, and a non critical night is expected in the Yakima Valley.
Growers can expect low temperatures between 36 and 43 degrees, with Upper valley cold spots …

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