Thursday, October 6, 2016 - 08:08
Winter's first frost falls in Overijssel village
The first frost of the season fell in the Overijssel village of Heino overnight. At the Heino weather station temperatures dropped to -0.5 degrees during the early morning hours of Thursday, Weeronline reports. On average the first ground frost of the winter season usually hits the Netherlands in mid-September. Last year it was on September 27th. In 2014 the first ground frost broke the record for latest frost ever in the country. Eindhoven recorded the first frost on November 5th. The record for earliest ground frost is August 22nd, 1973.