Statewide Iowa — There’s a potential for frost in some areas of the state, but State Climatologist Justin Glisan says that’s been a rare occurrence so for this fall.
Frost happens when temperatures get down to 32 degrees, and the killing frost that ends the growing season happens at 28 degrees.https://kiwaradio.com/wp-content/uploads/dd1015frost1.mp3 
Glisan says we usually see more of the light frost this time of year.https://kiwaradio.com/wp-content/uploads/dd1015frost3.mp3 
He says the setup over the midwest has kept things warm. Glisan says the forecast doesn’t show any signs of the potential for the hard freeze — though parts of the state are in the time frame where that normally happens.https://kiwaradio.com/wp-content/uploads/dd1015frost2.mp3 
Farmers worry about an early frost ending the growing season before the crops can mature. Glisan says that hasn’t happened this year — gardeners are getting a bonus. He says you can keep getting your fresh veggies for a while.