PORTLAND, Maine — Many towns had a hard freeze Saturday morning, effectively ending the outdoor growing season and (hopefully) putting an end to the mosquitoes too.
Sanford and Fryeburg dropped to 27 degrees. Portland fell to at least 33 degrees, the coldest since April 29.
Sunday River fired up their snow guns for a test, adding to the already beautiful sunrise.
Tonight's going to be another cold night, and with a lighter wind it may even be colder than last night.
Plan on lows between 30 and 35 everywhere, some towns will dip into the upper 20s.
The weather service has issued Freeze Warnings for the coastal plain, including Portland. This will likely be issued for Downeast Maine too. Elsewhere, across the interior, the growing season has ended, so these warnings are no longer issued.