Cold is cold right? Not exactly. There are differences between a light and hard freeze.
A light freeze is when we see temperature at or below 32. With a light freeze, you will need to cover your cold-sensitive plants and bring your pets indoors.
A hard freeze is when temperatures are below 25 for two hours or more. With a hard freeze, you will also need to make sure your wrap and cover outdoor pipes. Pipes could burst under hard freeze conditions.
It is also a good idea with any cold weather situation to check in on your neighbors!
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