Mark Hansel reports:
The calendar says spring is here, but the overnight forecast calls for the region to experience some winter-like temperatures.
Scott Hickman, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service office in Wilmington, said the Tri-state is under a frost advisory until Monday morning. Temperatures are expected to drop into the mid- to low-30s overnight, before rising into the upper 50s by midday.
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“Anything that is sensitive to getting frozen should be covered up or brought inside,” Hickman said.
There is no precipitation in the forecast, so the low temperatures are not expected to cause any problems on area roadways.