...FROST EXPECTED TONIGHT UNTIL SHORTLY AFTER DAYBREAK ON THURSDAY IN
MOUNTAIN VALLEYS AND LOW LYING AREAS OF THE PIEDMONT...
.HIGH PRESSURE WILL PROVIDE CLEAR SKIES, DRY AIR, AND LIGHT WINDS
THAT SHOULD ALLOW TEMPERATURES TO DROP TO NEAR OR SLIGHTLY BELOW
FREEZING BY EARLY THURSDAY MORNING IN MOUNTAIN VALLEYS - WITH
NEAR FREEZING TEMPERATURES ALSO POSSIBLE IN LOW LYING AREAS OF
THE PIEDMONT. AS A RESULT, FROST WILL DEVELOP THAT MAY KILL
SENSITIVE VEGETATION THAT IS UNCOVERED OR LEFT OUTSIDE.
...FROST ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM MIDNIGHT TONIGHT TO 9 AM EDT
* WHAT...DEVELOPMENT OF FROST.
* WHERE...PORTIONS OF CENTRAL, SOUTH CENTRAL, SOUTHWEST AND WEST
CENTRAL VIRGINIA AND NORTH CENTRAL NORTH CAROLINA.
* WHEN...TONIGHT UNTIL SHORTLY AFTER DAYBREAK ON THURSDAY.
* TEMPERATURE...LOWER TO MID 30S IN LOW LYING AREAS OF THE
* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...DEVELOPMENT OF FROST WILL BE THE MOST
PREVALENT IN LOW LYING AREAS AND CLOSE TO AND ON THE GROUND.
* IMPACTS...ANY SENSITIVE VEGETATION LEFT OUTSIDE MAY BE KILLED
DUE TO FROST.
A FROST ADVISORY MEANS THAT A SUFFICIENT AMOUNT OF FROST IS
EXPECTED THAT MANY SENSITIVE OUTDOOR PLANTS, IF LEFT OUTDOORS OF
IF LEFT UNCOVERED, MAY BE NEGATIVELY IMPACTED OR KILLED.
Photos: Farewell reception for DCC's interim president
Danville Community College hosted a reception at the college in honor of Betty Jo Foster, who concluded her term as interim president of the college on June 28. Jacqueline Gill Powell began work on Monday as Danville Community College’s sixth president.