Frost Advisory Issued in Simcoe Muskoka, Residents Advised to Protect Vulnerable Plantations


As the overnight temperatures plummet towards freezing amid clear skies, vulnerable plants need to be shielded and an additional blanket might not be a bad idea. On Tuesday, Environment Canada ushered a frost advisory into effect, forecasting that these icy conditions are set to extend into the freshness of Wednesday morning.

In the frost advisory, the national weather agency advised residents to safeguard their plants, particularly those in frost-prone regions. Applying preventative measures to protect frost-sensitive plantations and trees is crucial at this point.

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However, this brisk weather is ephemeral, with Wednesday’s daytime high temperatures predicted to scale to double digits, hovering around 20C across most of Simcoe Muskoka beneath the sun-drenched skies.

As we head into Thursday, Friday and the ensuing weekend, temperatures are expected to surge to the low twenties, accompanied by generous measures of sunlight. The frost advisory remains in effect for selected portions of Simcoe County and Muskoka.