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Guicho Espinosa of Boxwood Nursery covers its various citrus varieties in preparation for the overnight temperature drop.
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Relatives of hit-and-run fatality victim Aguida Luna meet with the news media at the CHP Baldwin Park Station to ask for the public's help in finding the driver of a 1994-1997 Acura Integra that may have been involved in the Nov. 27, 2013 accident on Citrus Avenue in incorporated Azusa.
That frost you might have seen this morning doesn't lie - it's cold this morning.
Farmers have been checking wind machines and running water through their fields in anticipation of the colder temperatures, which began Tuesday night with temperatures as low as the upper 20s in the Central Valley.
With freezing temperatures in the forecast this week for much of the Central Valley, concern is high for growers of commodities in the midst of harvest, or close to it, such as citrus and avocados.