VICTORVILLE-(VVNG.com): The National Weather Service of San Diego (NWS) issued a freeze water from late Friday night and Saturday morning. High Desert areas affected include Apple Valley, Hesperia and Victorville. These areas should expect a few hours of below freezing temperatures of 23-28 degrees.
The NWS said that these extreme temperatures can harm unprotected crops including sensitive outdoor plants. These temperatures can be harmful or even deadly for pets kept outdoors. Pets should be kept indoors or inside barns to protect them from the extreme temperatures.
These conditions, according to the NWS are caused by a cold air mass and the mostly clear skies will lead to significant overnight cooling. The high temperature for Friday will be about 48 degrees according to weather.com and the overnight lows are set to drop to 25 degrees at about 6:00 a.m. on Saturday morning.