Will anything still be alive in the morning?
It's been 30 degrees for two hours already, and it is 28 already the mesonet station near the farm. It's not looking good. We will probably bottom out at about 24 at the farm and 28 at the house.
We will see what happens to the blueberry crop and the pecan crop. Statewide the pecan crop will probably be cut in half (best case if mine are typical). Not sure what will happen to my blueberries. In the Easter 2007 freeze they were still non-bearing for the most part.
Not caring much about the veggies right now; not a lot invested compared to the other things.
I hope you heat islanders in OKC and Tulsa have some things pull through. I feel bad for the Porter peach orchards.