COLUMBIA — The National Weather Service is predicting a temperature drop to the low 30s Friday night in Columbia.
Temperatures are expected to fall between 30 and 33 degrees.
Ben Miller, a meteorologist for the National Weather Service, said even though temperatures are expected to be in the freezing range, there is only a slight chance of frost.
He attributes this small chance to heavy cloud coverage.
According to the Missouri Climate Center, the average date of the first fall frost is Oct. 15.
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