Freeze Watch in Washington, Frederick, Carroll and Baltimore counties.
April 19, 2018, 10:32:00 AM to April 20, 2018, 9:00:00 AM
Washington-Frederick MD-Carroll-Northern Baltimore-
Northwest Montgomery-Central and Southeast Montgomery-
Northwest Howard-Central and Southeast Howard-Northwest Harford-
Prince William/Manassas/Manassas Park-Fairfax-Stafford-
Spotsylvania-Northern Fauquier-Southern Fauquier-Western Loudoun-
Including the cities of Hagerstown, Frederick, Ballenger Creek,
Eldersburg, Westminster, Reisterstown, Cockeysville, Germantown,
Damascus, Bethesda, Rockville, Gaithersburg, Silver Spring,
Lisbon, Columbia, Ellicott City, Jarrettsville, Staunton,
Waynesboro, Stuarts Draft, Harrisonburg, Strasburg, Woodstock,
Mount Jackson, New Market, Winchester, Luray, Shenandoah,
Stanley, Front Royal, Berryville, Lovingston, Charlottesville,
Stanardsville, Madison, Washington, Orange, Gordonsville,
Culpeper, Dale City, Manassas, Woodbridge, Lake Ridge, Montclair,
Reston, Herndon, Annandale, Centreville, Chantilly, McLean,
Franconia, Falmouth, Fredericksburg, Warrenton, Turnbull,
Purcellville, Leesburg, Ashburn, Sterling, Paw Paw, Martinsburg,
Charles Town, and Shepherdstown
1032 AM EDT Thu Apr 19 2018
...FREEZE WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM LATE TONIGHT THROUGH
* TEMPERATURES...32 degrees or lower.
* IMPACTS...Frost and freeze conditions may damage sensitive
vegetation. Take steps now to protect tender plants from the
A Freeze Watch means sub-freezing temperatures are possible.
These conditions could kill crops and other sensitive vegetation.
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