It may not seem like it with the heatwave gripping New York this week, but Fall is on the way and that means cold nights and morning frost.

Looking ahead to the next 30 days, the Old Farmer's Almanac is calling for the first frost of the year here in the Empire State.

The Old Farmer's Almanac is predicting that we will see the first frost of the year around the second week of October.

This could have a big impact on the gardeners and farmers across the state. The Old Farmer's Almanac breaks down the "Freeze" chance based on different temperatures' effects on plants.

Light freeze: 29° to 32°F (-1.7° to 0°C)—tender plants are killed.

Moderate freeze: 25° to 28°F (-3.9° to -2.2°C)—widely destructive to most vegetation.

Severe freeze: 24°F (-4.4°C) and colder—heavy damage to most garden plants.

Breaking down the state into different regions, here is what their prediction is for the first frost date.

Western New York - October 10th

Central New York - October 11th

Northern New York - September 30th

New York City Region - November 14th

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You can see the Old Farmer's Almanac prediction for the first frost for cities all across New York State by clicking HERE.

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