The Tennessee Valley is forecast to see another chilly night, with many expected to see lows colder than Wednesday morning.

The National Weather Service has issued a Freeze Warning from 11 p.m. Wednesday to 9 a.m. Thursday. All counties in North Alabama along with Franklin, Lincoln, and Moore counties in Tennessee are included in this warning. A hard freeze is likely, with temperatures dropping to 28 degrees or lower. This will damage sensitive plants and flowers so make sure you bring those in before bed tonight. The low temperature in Huntsville should be a couple of degrees off from a record low.

Falling temperatures Monday — First frost/freeze of the season

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Overnight lows heading into Thursday and Friday morning lows are forecast to fall into the mid-20s to lower 30s. With temperatures this cold, it is important to protect the “P”s which include people, pets, plants, and plumbing. Make sure there is a warm place for not only you but your furry friend. Bring in or wrap any sensitive plants or flowers. Make sure you cover exposed outdoor pipes and open cabinets indoors. Empty your water hose and bring that in as well!

Stay with the Weather Authority for the latest on this cold blast!