Cold weather is coming.
Geary County Extension Agent Chuck Otte reported that weather forecasters are talking about temperatures dipping down into the 20’s Friday night which would result in a freeze. “For the most part we’re about a week past our average first frost. We haven’t really had an area-wide freezing temperature yet. Agriculture’s not going to be a problem. In fact some of these soybeans could use a good freeze to finish getting the stems dried down, get the leaves knocked off. We’re not that far behind on anything. I think actually a freeze is going to be a good thing, start knocking a few things down, let’s get us ready for fall.”
You might need to have an ice scraper for your vehicle windshield on Saturday morning.