FAIRBANKS — Frost was reported in several spots around the Tanana Valley on Sunday and Monday mornings but not at Fairbanks International Airport.
The coldest temperature recorded at the airport was 34 degrees Sunday morning. The low on Monday was 38 degrees, the National Weather Service said.
With clouds and rain expected to move into the Tanana Valley later today, the chance of frost at the airport in August is slim, meteorologist Scott Berg at the National Weather Service in Fairbanks.
“We don’t have to worry about it for a few days,” he said. “
The average date of the first frost at the airport is Sept. 7.
Things could start clearing out and cooling off again on Saturday, he said.