Well, if you did, here’s some potentially bad news for you.
The National Weather Service has issued a Frost Advisory for 1 a.m. to 9 a.m. Monday, April 29.
Low temperatures will range from 32 to 36 degrees late tonight into early Monday morning.
Frost could harm sensitive outdoor vegetation. When the air temperature reaches the freezing point, water inside plant cells begins to turn into shards of ice that cut open the cell walls and destroy plant tissue.
So, if you did some early planting, do those plants a favor and protect them by covering them up when you notice the temperature starting to drop.
You can use any of the following items during this advisory period.
- Cloth, such as bed sheets, pillowcases, lightweight blankets, tablecloths, towels, or commercial plant covers
- Plastic material, such as tarps, plastic sheeting, garbage bags
- Other rigid items, such as a glass dome cloche, glass jar, plastic jug or bottle, bucket, cardboard box, garbage can, or terra cotta pot
Garden stakes, U-shaped wire pins, bricks, or rocks to prevent wind from moving cloth or plastic coverings