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When do the first freeze and first frost events typically occur in Kansas?

From a meterology perspective, fall starts on September 1 and ends on November 30. With the start of fall, many people wonder when the first frost or first freeze will arrive in their area. This article looks at 20 locations across Kansas and the probabilities of when these events could occur.

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Looking ahead - The first frost and freeze dates for Kansas

Meteorological fall began on September 1. It was warm early in the month, with highs over 100 degrees in many locations during Labor Day weekend. With more seasonal weather here, thoughts turn to the end of the growing season. This article looks at the chances of when the first frost and first freeze event could occur in Kansas this year.

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Kansas Mesonet fall freeze and winter cold tool available

With freezing temperatures in the forecast for much of northwest and north central Kansas, the Kansas Mesonetís Freeze Monitor is now available for the 2023 fall frost/freeze season. The Freeze Monitor is a handy tool to check conditions in your area. Have freezing conditions been recorded? How does it compare to the average? How many hours below freezing was your area?

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