GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. - That chill in the air is about to get colder.
The season's first frost advisory will go into effect overnight Monday, Oct. 10, for locations away from the Lake Michigan shoreline, according to the National Weather Service
Water temperatures, running at least 5 to 10 degrees higher than the air temperature, will prevent the lakeshore from seeing frost.
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WZZM's meteorologists predict an overnight low of 43 degrees for Grand Rapids, making frost in the city and at the airport limited at best. Low lying and more rural areas are more at risk.
Forecasters warn potted plants usually kept outdoors should be covered or brought inside for protection.
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