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The Frostwatch Report for Thursday, April 11 [AUDIO]

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Tonight’s fruit frost forecast from meteorologist Tim Creek and Pacific Weather Consulting.

We can expect a chilly night in the Yakima Valley tonight, with widespread frost protection needed. Clear skies and light winds will generally cause temperatures to drop into the 30-35 degree range, possibly near 29 degrees in the cold spots.

Dew Points are running in the upper 20s and lower 30s.

 

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