A nor'easter swept through New England and the Northeast U.S. this weekend, bringing rain and winds to this part of the country. Now this area will start to feel colder, November weather as cold winds and frost push in after the storm.
Early Week Frost Alert
The nor'easter didn't stick around long, but winds will continue to shift from west to east through Monday. The air following the nor'easter is coming from Canada, so temperatures are expected to drop to below the freezing mark. Freeze warnings have been issued for West Virginia, Virginia, Ohio, and northwest Pennsylvania through Monday morning. Frost advisories have also been issued through these areas.
Parts of the Ohio Valley and eastern Great Lakes will want to cover any vegetables or flowers Monday night. Much of the Northeast will be at risk of frost and freeze Monday night into Tuesday morning, and temperatures are forecasted to dip to their lowest of the season.
Some areas of the Northeast could see temperatures as low as the 20s by Tuesday morning, low enough to freeze pipes, outdoor hoses, and frost windshields.