Well, that depends. In areas of Ohio you can expect it on the approximate dates in the following table.
Live in another part of the country? Have no fear of being left out in the cold… read on
If you live elsewhere the government has a handy frost/freeze map for you: Freeze/Frost Maps
the govt. map is right-on. we
usually have a light frost around
mid-october, followed by plenty
of time for peppers and eggplants
to keep producing. however, it’s
sunny and 78′ today…so i am not
our first REALLY cold
[hard frost]can come as late
as thanksgiving week.
that’s what i like about the south!
quite a transition back from the “tropics”, eh, ilona?
HI Ilona: Just visiting and nosing around. Thanks for the good information.
As you can see we are liable for frost any day now. I was surprised that the autumn tints were burnishing the leaves in Georgia already. We have only slightly more color here (but it was dark as we pulled into Central Ohio).
Yes, it was quite a transition all right! My tootsies are COLD!
I wish I could have shoehorned in a visit with you- but we had back to back birthday + family things. Too much for one little week. I’ll link to some family pics so you can see 🙂
Sorry ppl for all the post republishing- couldn’t get the table to post without that big space. I came back to the computer and found all sorts of things gone haywire- or maybe just me %P