Apr 20, 2021
Michigan fruit growers brace for sub-freezing temperatures

Michigan State University agricultural meteorologist Jeff Andresen has presented a weather forecast for the next couple of days.

Fruit growers are being put on notice that temperatures will drop into the low- to mid-20s in some areas of the region, posing a serious threat to tree fruit development.

Jeff Andresen

View his forecast video here.


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