Freeze Warning Issued for the Concho Valley
SAN ANGELO, TX -- The first freeze of the season has prompted a Freeze Warning to be issued for the Concho Valley.
According to the National Weather Service, a Freeze Warning is in effect from 6 p.m. Monday to 9 a.m. Tuesday.
Low temperatures between 25 to 29 degrees are forecast for Monday night.
Below freezing temperatures could harm unprotected pets, plants, and pipes.
The cold temperatures may kill sensitive garden crops and outdoor plants.
A Freeze Warning means sub-freezing temperatures are imminent or highly likely. These conditions will kill crops and other sensitive vegetation.
As we reported earlier, a cold rain is expected late Sunday night and early Monday morning across much of the area.
Precipitation chances will linger into the morning hour Monday, with precipitation gradually ending during the afternoon hours.
Rain could mix with light snow at times across areas mainly north of a Sterling City to Brownwood line during the day Monday.
With warm ground conditions and only light precipitation anticipated during the day Monday, no snow accumulation is expected.
A widespread freeze is expected Monday night, with temperatures expected to drop into mid to upper 20s for lows across the area.
Precautions may need to be taken to protect sensitive plants.
The forecast calls for below freezing temperatures Monday night, Tuesday night and Wednesday night with temps in the mid 20s Monday and Tuesday night.