Sep 13, 2011 7:17 PM by Meteorologist Mike Rawlins
As we approach Fall and our weather turns cooler, lots of folks are wondering when we'll see our first frost or freeze.
Meteorologist Mike Rawlins got his hands on that data and says that most areas in north central Montana should have already seen their first frost, if you follow the average.
Here's a look at the average dates for first frost and freeze for some communities in our area.
|CITY||FROST (36F)||FREEZE (32)|
|Augusta||August 29||September 12|
|Cascade||August 29||September 14|
|Chester||August 28||September 11|
|Chinook||September 2||September 12|
|Choteau||September 12||September 19|
|Conrad||August 31||September 10|
|Cut Bank||September 3||September 13|
|Denton||August 19||August 31|
|Fairfield||September 11||September 20|
|Fort Benton||September 9||September 17|
|Glasgow||September 17||September 25|
|Great Falls||September 14||September 22|
|Havre||September 8||September 19|
|Stanford||September 3||September 16|
|Sun River||September 2||September 14|