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Frosty forecast keeps spring plants in low gear

10:55 AM, May 11, 2013
Standing water saturates a field south of Sturgeon Bay on April 16.
Standing water saturates a field south of Sturgeon Bay on April 16.
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Patchy frost is in the forecast for Saturday and Sunday night, providing a stark contrast to the 70-degree weather that finally arrived in the Green Bay area last week.

It's one more example of the lateness of spring this year, and the longer-term ramifications of that are just beginning to materialize.

It has postponed the opening of several campgrounds and hiking trails in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, for example. Heavier-than-expected snowfall, a late melt-off and continued chilly weather have affected some openings, prompting park rangers to ask would-be hikers and ...

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