PASCO, Wash. - A warmer forecast has some local farmers breathing easier. Record lows in mid-April meant long hours for some workers who were making sure their grapes didn't get frostbite.
At Sagemoor Farms in Pasco, lows of 26 degrees were recorded around the vineyards Wednesday morning. That's a scary temperature read for them because grapes, in the early stages like they are now, are very sensitive to temperatures between 27 and 32 degrees.
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