Hard freeze expected overnight in the Hill Country
January 05, 2014, 5:40 pm by Staff
A cold blast of winter weather hit the Hill Country Sunday and is expected to bring freezing temperatures overnight that will persist throughout Monday.
The National Weather service is predicting a widespread hard freeze Sunday and Monday nights in Burnet and Llano counties as a cold front gusts through South Central Texas that will bring overnight temperatures in the mid-twenties to the region Sunday night.
Sunday night temperatures are expected to dip below zero near 11 p.m while Monday temperatures will struggle to meet the mid thirties. Monday night temperatures are expected to dip to the low twenties. Winds up to 30 and 35 MPH are expected throughout the days.
The National Weather Service urges caution to Hill Country residents during the freeze.
"With the cold temperatures remember to protect pets…pipes… people and any sensitive plants which have survived the previous freezes earlier this winter season. A warming trend is forecast for the remainder of the week. "
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