Not really, given last March caused damage, and there have been a few Marches in the past that have cause damage from early Spring frost, I'd say Spring, was, at least here perhaps, more dangerous than winter, in terms of getting caught out.Yorkshire Kris wrote:I bit dramatic Stephen, "season of death?" Surely not? It was cold this morning nothing out of the ordinary. What low did you get?stephenprudence wrote:Already lower than 2C at the moment with a very thick frost coating everything. Somewhat surprising, no doubt the plants that have survived the winter (the half hardy ones) will be dead by morning. Spring is starting to become the time where, far from everything growing, it is the season of death!
Last night, though I haven't got figures at hand, looking at it, I suspect -2.5C to -3C was the final low. Cloud was forecast to perhaps hit the south of the region, but never materialised.
I'll have to validate that later in the week, but even by midnight it was near 0C.