If you haven’t winterized your house or boat yet, now is the time.
Juneau saw the first frosts of the season Wednesday and again Thursday morning, as temperatures dipped below freezing.
Forecaster Kimberly Vaughan with the National Weather Service’s Juneau Forecast Office said winter is in sight.
“We’re well beyond the end of growing season,” she said by phone Thursday.
Temperatures at the Juneau International Airport were recorded at 29 degrees Wednesday night. The forecast office on Back Loop Road and Eaglecrest Ski Area on Douglas saw 28 degrees.