It was a cold night in the Valley and many growers are keeping a close eye on their crops.
Many feel we are in better shape at this point this year compared to last because of the weather we've had over the last few weeks.
Citrus grower Keith Nilmeier said, "Nice warm storms early in the month, so that kind of helps keep our ground temperatures up and our fruit temperatures up, because we haven't had much cold weather leading into this."
Some growers had wind machines and water pumps running overnight to keep crops from freezing.
The freeze warning ended at 9:00 a.m. Wednesday morning.
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