Mark J. Tidwell
I realize it varies by locale, but in Highcliff, the morning of Wednesday, October 6, the meadows were spotted by our first frost. This was not what I would call a killing frost, not being a uniform blanket of sparkling silver covering everything. It was in selective spots where the temperature had dipped a little lower than the surrounding areas. So, the katydids were off a few days in predicting the first frost. But hey, within a week’s range isn’t too bad.
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