Oct 8, 2012 7:29 PM by Chief Meteorologist Bill Meck
We've seen a few cold mornings the last few days and we'll have one more on Tuesday.
With a clearing sky and calm winds tonight frost will be a possibility for many of us. It's not a widespread killing frost, but it will be cold enough in a lot of places to put surviving delicate plants at risk. In addition, some folks in southeastern Kentucky may have to deal with patchy dense fog too. Low temperatures will drop to the mid and upper 30's.
Tuesday will see a mostly sunny sky and a milder afternoon, but still below normal with a high in the mid 60's.