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In our latitudes, freezing temperatures in October are not rare, and sometimes, they occur already in September.


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Not until November, and then often late in November.

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Not in October.  

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Well...from what I've seen online, we usually get freezing temperatures around late October around here in New Jersey.  According to the following website...

www.davesgarden.com

It says:

"Each winter, on average, your risk of frost is from October 7 through May 5.

Almost certainly, however, you will receive frost from October 21 through April 20."

For whatever reason, it only mentions frost and not freezing temperatures, but I assume that freezing temperatures should be common on average when frost is likely to occur.  While the risk of frost says October 7th, my best guess for freezing temperatures is about October 21st.

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It's starting to get pretty cold up here already. Been having frost on the windows. 

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Additionally, we must also take into account the altitudinal zonations:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Altitudinal_zonation

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