Cold temperatures expected to roll in early Wednesday have prompted the National Weather Weather Service to issue a freeze warning for the central and southern San Joaquin Valley.
The warning will be in effect from 3 to 8 a.m. Wednesday. Low temperatures could reach 32 to 28 degrees, the weather service said. Low temperatures are a concern to Valley growers because below-freezing conditions can damage or destroy crops.
Officials in the region's citrus industry said Monday that an early December freeze will cost growers $434 million in revenue.
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