Above: Temperatures will be close to freezing in parts of the Catskills tonight. Photo via the National Weather Service Binghamton's Facebook page.
Fire might break out at any moment in the Catskills today, but you also should cover your seedlings to protect them from frost tonight, according to the National Weather Service.
There are both red flag warnings of high brush fire conditions and a freeze warning in effect in the Catskills today, Wednesday, May 13.
NWS Albany has issued a red flag warning for the eastern Catskills, the mid-Hudson Valley and the Schoharie Valley that warns of "dangerous fire conditions" from noon to 6 p.m. today due to gusty winds and low humidity.
Then tonight, we'll be back in winter. It will be 32 degrees in Delhi and 31 degrees in Roscoe, according to NWS Binghamton, and there will be "widespread frost" in western Ulster and Greene counties and in Schoharie County, according to NWS Albany.