Monday, May 13, 2013
Unprotected plants will be damaged.
Canonsburg, North Strabance, Cecil and the surrounding area is under a freeze warning from 1 to 8 a.m. Tuesday. The National Weather Service predicts temperatures may dip into the 20s overnight. Meteorologists warn that unprotected outdoor plants will likely be damaged or killed, so cover the plants and bring potted plants indoors. The temperature is expected to rise throughout the week. The high on Wednesday will be around 80 degrees.
Sunday, October 7, 2012
The National Weather Service has issued a freeze warning for the region that runs through 9 a.m. Monday.
With temperatures expected to dip into the lower 30s overnight and into Monday morning, the National Weather Service has issued a freeze warning for the area. "High pressure will allow temperatures to drop below freezing during the early morning hours of Monday," the NWS indicated on its website. "Uncovered plants will likely be impacted." The agency also indicated that the freezing temperatures could also affect exterior plumbing fixtures. But on the brighter (and warmer side), it is expected to be sunny with a high near 56 Monday afternoon.
Monday, March 26, 2012
The blooming trees were striking against a cloud-spotted blue sky at the Cecil Township municipal building Monday.
The sun was shining and the trees were in full bloom at the Cecil Township municipal building Monday. But remember, things are expected to turn colder tonight, and the National Weather Service has issued a freeze warning. What's your favorite spring scene? Upload a picture and add it to our story!
Flowers and plants have started to bloom, but they could freeze Monday night.
A freeze warning will be in effect in the Canon-McMillan area—inlcuding Canonsburg, Cecil and North Strabane—from 10 p.m. Monday to 10 a.m. Tuesday. Temperatures are expected to drop into the 20s, causing a hard freeze—and a big change over what local folks have experienced over the past two weeks. "A hard freeze means temperatures will be colder than 28 degrees for at least (three) hours," the National Weather Service website indicated. "The unprecedented warmth of the last two weeks has caused trees to blossom and plants to start growing. This sensitive vegetation can be severely impacted by the hard freeze tonight." Concerned? According to Gardening Know How, you can prevent plants from freezing by covering them with blankets, sheets or…