Almost the entire State of New York as well as the Northern Tier of Pennsylvania are under a Frost Advisory or a Freeze Warning overnight September 29 into early September 30.

The National Weather Service in Binghamton has issued a Frost Advisory from 1 a.m. to 8 a.m. Friday, September 30 for all of Central New York, the Southern Tier and the Northern Tier of Pennsylvania.

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Officials say cold temperatures were expected overnight to dip into the 30s.  With a calm wind, areas of frost and even possibly a freeze in some of the coldest spots is possible.

In the Advisory Statement, NOAA is projecting the temperature to be as low as 33 degrees, resulting in frost formation.

Tender plants, especially succulents that contain a large percentage of moisture in their leaves and stalks, are susceptible to damage or total loss if they are left uncovered.

House plants that have been enjoying the summer outside should be brought in or, at least placed under cover.  Gardens and crops at risk should be covered with a light cloth.  Plastic is an option but it could also be a factor to damage or killing plants if it is left over vegetation after the sun rises and warms the covering, making for a greenhouse effect.

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The Frost Advisory area includes in New York: Broome, Chenango, Cortland, Tioga, Delaware, Tompkins, Otsego, Oneida and Onondaga County. A Frost Advisory is also in effect for Bradford, Susquehanna and Wayne Counties in Pennsylvania.

Parts of the Southern Adirondacks, meanwhile are being told to expect killing cold. A Freeze Warning has been issued for those areas with temperatures dipping into the low 30s and upper 20s overnight.

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