A freeze warning is in effect Friday night in parts of Klamath and Lake counties. Temperatures are expected to drop to between 27 and 32 degrees, in the early morning hours Saturday. That’s cold enough to kill any frost-sensitive crops.
Mike Petruscelli is a meteorologist with the National Weather Service. He says an air mass change brought cooler air in yesterday.
Petruscelli said, “With the cloud cover decreasing, light winds, and the cool air mass, it’s going to allow those temperatures to drop off pretty quick after dark.”
Petruscelli says it’s not uncommon to see temperatures this low in June. But, he doesn’t expect any more frosty nights.