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We'll All Be Frozen Turkeys Tomorrow!

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Thought you were done with the hard holiday work after defrosting your bird? Think again. You may need to defrost your toes and car windows tomorrow. The National Weather service has issued a Freeze Warning through tomorrow morning at 9 a.m.The chilliest spots will be the valleys where it is expected temperatures will reach 18 degrees. That's right, people. Eighteen. Degrees.

Officials are kindly reminding us to bring in any plants and pets that can't safely stay outdoors if these frightening temps nestle in for the night.

A similar freeze warning is in place for tomorrow night and Friday morning. No word of snow...just yet.

Guess you won't be building sandcastles on the beach this holiday after all. On the bright side, all our outdoor ice-skating rinks now seem less bizarre.