Last week my thermometer went down to 41 degrees, and I saw areas of patchy frost. A warning was never issued, but greenery seems to be alright. Frost in June is uncommon, but not rare.
In spite of this cold snap, strawberries are ripening very early and farmers' stands are already selling them (usually doesn't happen until late June.)
I also saw fireflies on Memorial Day, the last day of May. It was the first time I've ever seen fireflies in May.
We finally got some rain last week… not a ton, but at least the trees look healthier and the soil isn't bone dry anymore. I'm hoping for a well-balanced summer and fall… makes for great hiking in September and October!
The cold snap isn't sticking around for long… Monday through Wednesday look cool, but Thursday looks to be in the 80s with lows around 60. Summer will return in the northeast.