The colder weather is blowing in and with it comes concerns for farmers and gardeners.
The summer’s moisture delayed planting. AG experts say moisture is needed to help the crops and those planted late really need the rain to get going.
The freeze may not happen until 3 a.m. on Wednesday and will only last for a short amount of time. After the sun comes up the temperatures are expected to rise quickly. AG experts say the freeze should not be a concern for cotton farmers.
Home gardeners are suggested to bring potted plans out of the cold or cover them just in case.
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