National Weather Service (Topeka) Ends Frost & Freeze Services For 2013

As of October 25th, all of the NWS Topeka service area have fallen to 32°or colder (a freeze) at least once this fall. As a result, NWS Topeka has ended our frost and freeze advisory and warning program for the year.
However, it is worth noting that some areas have not recorded a true, hard killing freeze of 28°-or-colder yet this season.

The National Weather Service will resume frost and freeze services when the Spring growing season arrives.