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Frostwatch for May 11th – Newstalk KIT [AUDIO]
Here's tonight's fruit frost forecast from Pacific Weather Consulting and meteorologist Tim Creek.
Tim tells us that there is a slight chance of frost in the cold spots tonight, but things will start to warm up considerably in the next few days.
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Frost Watch for May 10th – Newstalk KIT [AUDIO]
Tonight's fruit frost forecast from Pacific Weather Consulting and meteorologist Tim Creek.
Tim tells us that widespread frost protection should be needed in the Yakima Valley and lower Columbia Basin tonight with temperatures ranging from right around freezing to the mid 30's.
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Frost Watch for May 9th – Newstalk KIT [AUDIO]
Tonight's fruit frost forecast from Pacific Weather Consulting and meteorologist Tim Creek.
Tim tells us that it will be a chilly night tonight with temperatures form just above freezing into the mid 30's.
You can hear the complete in depth forecast here.
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Frost Watch for May 8th – Newstalk KIT [AUDIO]
Tonight's fruit frost forecast from Pacific Weather Consulting and meteorologist Tim Creek.
Tim tells us that it will be a safe night tonight, with low temperatures generally in the low to mid 40's.
You  can hear an in depth report and get a preview of tomorrow night's conditions h…
Frost Watch for May 7th – News/Talk KIT [AUDIO]
Tonight's fruit frost forecast from Pacific Weather Consulting and meteorologist Tim Creek.
Tim says to look for a safe, frost free night tonight, with temperatures in the cold spots in the upper 30's. We should see even warmer temperatures Tuesday night.
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Frost Watch for May 4th – News/Talk KIT [AUDIO]
Tonight's fruit frost forecast from Pacific Weather Consulting and meteorologist Tim Creek.
Tim tells us a dry cold air mass is moving in over the valley tonight, with a potential for frost in the colder locations. Dew points are ranging from the mid 20's to the low 30's.
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Frost Watch for May 2nd – News/Talk KIT [AUDIO]
Tonight's fruit frost forecast from Pacific Weather Consulting and meteorologist Tim Creek.
Tim tells us tonight will be a safe night for growers, with temperatures ranging from the upper 30's to the low to mid 40's.  Increasing clouds with a chance of rain showers will drive dew …

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