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Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Saint Louis MO
1256 PM CDT Wed Oct 17 2018

...Freezing Temperatures Ends Growing Season For Much of the
Area...

Low temperatures dropped into the middle to upper 20s causing
widespread frost over much of central and northeast Missouri as
well as west central Illinois on the morning of October 16th. This
effectively ended the growing season, so the National Weather
Service in St. Louis will no longer issue Freeze Warnings or Frost
Advisories for the following counties:
In Illinois: Adams, Brown, Calhoun, Greene, Jersey, Macoupin,
Montgomery and Pike.
In Missouri: Audrain, Boone, Callaway, Cole, Knox, Lewis, Lincoln,
Marion, Moniteau, Monroe, Montgomery, Osage, Pike, Ralls, Shelby,
and Warren.

Low temperatures dropped into the lower to middle 30s causing
frost across much of east central Missouri and southwest Illinois
on the morning of October 16th. The National Weather Service in
St. Louis will only issue Freeze Warnings (not Frost Advisories)
as needed the rest of the growing season for the following counties:
In Illinois: Bond, Clinton, Fayette, Madison, St. Clair, Marion,
Monroe and Washington.
In Missouri: Gasconade, Franklin, Jefferson, St.Charles, St. Louis,
St. Louis City.

The National Weather Service in St. Louis will continue to issue
Frost Advisories and Freeze Warnings as needed until there is a
killing frost or freeze this season for these counties:
In southwest Illinois: Randolph
In southeast Missouri: Crawford, Iron, Madison, Reynolds,
St. Francois, Ste Genevieve, and Washington

$$

Britt



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