Temperatures are expected to drop to the mid to upper teens Wednesday night.
Experts say early-flowering, tender plants, and tropical plants need special protection to avoid damage by freezing temperatures.
For the plants that must remain outside make sure to put a frost cloth over them, this will keep them warmer. If you do not have frost cloth you can use a sheet.
Cover your pipes with frost free covers or let your water drip.
Insulation for pipes does not cost much compared to what you could be paying in damage.
And of course bring in those pets.
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