A Freeze Warning has been issued overnight from 4am to 9am Wednesday. Lows are forecast to drop to 29-30 degrees across the western and northwestern parts of the region. A Freeze Warning is issued when the first freeze of the season is expected to occur, which can kill off more vulnerable plant life. The Freeze Warning is issued for several counties around the area including Denton, but not Collin, Tarrant, or Dallas counties. Temperatures in Frisco will reach around 35 degrees, whereas in Dallas and Fort Worth, temps will stay in the upper 30s to low 40s.
…Freeze warning in effect from 4 am to 9 am CST Wednesday…
The National Weather Service in Fort Worth has issued a freeze
warning…which is in effect from 4 am to 9 am CST Wednesday.
Temperatures tonight and early Wednesday morning will drop to near
freezing…mainly along and to the west of a line from
Gainesville…to Denton…to Azle…to Meridian. The coldest
temperatures will occur in valleys and other sheltered locations.
While some locations such as hilltops will not reach
freezing…a widespread frost is expected across the area. Frost
can be just as damaging as a freeze to tender vegetation.
A freeze warning means that the seasons first episode of sub-
freezing temperatures are likely to occur. These conditions will
kill sensitive plants and residents are advised to protect any