Northern parts of Michigan saw the season’s first frost Friday morning

Image by Perez Vöcking from Pixabay

The National Weather Service in Marquette reported some frost on the roofs around the nearby town of National Mine, with temperatures around 35° degrees through much of the Upper Peninsula.

Meanwhile, inland areas of the northern and central parts of the Lower Peninsula dropped into the upper 30s, with much cooler weather as far south as the Grand Rapids area.

However, experts say not to worry too much — frost in mid-August in the up is fairly common, and this doesn’t mean fall is coming early.


  1. HUMMMM. I thought the earth had a fever. Instead it might be freezing to death. Who knew? Algore certainly doesn’t know as he jets around the world spewing all that carbon. Of course, the green plants thank him for the carbon they breathe in and breathe out oxygen. One must suspend all logical thought to believe the climate change hoaxers.

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