When Is Seattle's Typical First And Last Frost?

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By By Steve Pool

SEATTLE - Those of you with green thumbs always want to make sure your plants don't suffer freezing temperatures.

In an average year, Seattle's first frost doesn't occur until Nov. 11. Although this year, we were a bit early as we dropped below freezing on Nov. 2.

If you've already put the plants away and are eager to get going on your 2004 garden, our typical last frost occurs on March 24.

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