FROST IS ON THE PUNKIN' - Temps Drop For First Frost

It's time.

"When the frost is on the punkin' and the fodder's in the shock," wrote James Whitcomb Riley.

A frosty morning is on the way to much of West Virginia.

A frost advisory has been issued for late tonight into early Wednesday morning.

A clear sky and calm winds will set the stage for frost development late tonight.

Low temperatures for sunrise on Wednesday are forecast to be in the lower to mid 30s.

The weather service has issued Tuesday night freeze warnings for Randolph, Pocahontas and Tucker counties.

Residents in the mountain valleys will most likely see killing frost. Snowshoe will see low temperatures around 37 degrees.