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Had close to 70 degrees yesterday, were supposed to get a "hard freeze" last 
night with temps in the upper 20's. Brought in the hanging orchids, and the 
bonsai, covered the other blooming tropicals.   They say we got the coldest 
weather this season, although not a hard freeze, at 34 degrees.  Supposed to be 
back to normal temps in the upper 60's today again, and lows in the 40's.  So 
everything goes back out again.  Hopefully that was the last potential freeze 
warning for this season.  
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast

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