Freezing in Coweta

source: Farmer's Almanac



Nearest Climate Station: ATLANTA HARTSFIELD INTL AP, GA

Altitude: 1010'

Last Spring Frost: Mar 29

First Fall Frost: Nov 13

Growing Season: 228 days

Last and first frost dates are 30% probability. Calculated using 1981-2010 Climate Normals.


Courtesy of the National Climatic Data Center, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

The dates listed above are normal averages for a light freeze/frost. The possibility of a frost occurring after the spring dates and before the fall dates is 50 percent. Frost/freeze temperatures are categorized by their effect on plants:

  • Light freeze: 29 degrees F to 32 degrees F – tender plants killed, with little destructive effect on other vegetation.

  • Moderate freeze: 25 degrees F to 28 degrees F – widely destructive effect on most vegetation, with heavy damage to fruit blossoms and tender and semi-hardy plants.

  • Severe freeze: 24 degrees F and colder – damage to most plants.

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