Here in north MS we had four late frost in March which is not unusual. But the fact that we had so much warm weather earlier which brought on some early grass growth (not just weeds either) made this young grass very susceptible for major damage. So, it gets "set back" four times with these frost and now it is struggling to really get going. In fact, I have seen some spots that look to be dead. It didn't affect the weeds and they just kept on growing. Now I usually cut a little lower in the spring to get rid of these weeds before they get too far ahead of the good grass that will normally choke out the weeds. But now I am having to go ahead and mow higher so I won't damage the grass. Never had this dilemma before to this degree. Anyone else noticed this in your area? If the old saying, "thunder in Febuary, frost in April", holds true ,we are really in trouble because we had thunder here in Feb.