The National Weather Service in San Angelo has issued a Freeze Warning overnight for numerous counties in West Texas including Tom Green County.

The Freeze Warning will be in effect from Midnight Tonight until 8 AM Friday Morning with widespread temperatures of 30-32 degrees expected throughout portions of west central Texas, especially the Big Country and Concho Valley.

Numerous counties and cities are under this freeze warning including the following:

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Including the cities of Gannon, Sweetwater, Broome,
Sterling City, Robert Lee, Sanco, Silver, Bronte, Tennyson,
Ballinger, Benoit, Hatchel, Rowena, Crews, Winters, Pumphrey,
Barnhart, Arden, Mertzon, Sherwood, Carlsbad, San Angelo, Wall,
Eden, Live Oak, Lowake, Irby, Haskell, Throckmorton, Woodson,
Stamford, Stith, Anson, Funston, Truby, Tuxedo, Hamlin, Albany,
Abilene, Clyde, Eula, Dudley, Baird, Cross Plains, Coleman, Echo,
Fisk, Valera, Voss, Trickham, Brownwood, Indian Creek, Brady,
Fife, Lohn, Rochelle, Voca, Chappel, Cherokee, Harkeyville,
San Saba, Erna, Fort Mckavett, Hext, and Menard

The National Weather Service reminds us that A Freeze Warning means sub-freezing temperatures are imminent or highly likely and that frost and freezing conditions can harm crops, other sensitive vegetation and possibly damage unprotected outdoor plumbing.

The National Weather Service also offers some precautionary and preparedness actions...

Take steps now to protect tender plants from the cold. To prevent freezing and possible bursting of outdoor water pipes they should be wrapped, drained, or allowed to drip slowly. Those that have in-ground sprinkler systems should drain them and cover above-ground pipes to protect them from freezing.

Remember the 4 P'S in freezing conditions...People, Pets, Pipes and Plants. Take care of all of them making sure everyone and everything is safe and stay warm tonight!

We will start warming up again tomorrow!!

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