Freeze Watch
Expires 8:00 AM CST on November 02, 2014

Statement as of 10:52 am CDT on October 30, 2014

... Freeze watch in effect from late Friday night through Sunday

The National Weather Service in Paducah has issued a freeze
watch... which is in effect from late Friday night through Sunday
morning. This watch covers all of southeast Missouri... southern
Illinois... southwest Indiana and west Kentucky.

* Temperatures will drop below at or below the freezing mark by
midnight Friday night over southwest Illinois... then spread
southeast across the rest of the region through the overnight
hours Saturday morning. Temperatures Saturday morning will range
from 26 to 31 degrees.

For Saturday night and Sunday... temperatures should drop below
freezing no later than 10 PM CDT Saturday night... with lows
ranging between 26 and 32 degrees.

Temperatures should rise above freezing after 9 am CDT on
Saturday and 8 am CST on Sunday.

* Impacts will be twofold. Cold temperatures Saturday and Sunday
will damage sensitive plants left uncovered and left outdoors.
Moderate to heavy frost expected Saturday night and Sunday will
also damage plants. The cold temperatures will essentially end
the outdoor growing season.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A freeze watch means sub-freezing temperatures are possible.
These conditions could kill crops and other sensitive vegetation.

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