The National Weather Service in Hanford (NWS) said freezing temperatures are expected overnight, Monday, Dec. 4, with predicted temperatures dropping to 27 degrees Farenheit at night, carrying into Tuesday morning, the NWS release said. 

Freezing temperatures can damage pipes and kill plants. The NWS advises San Joaquin Valley residents to check on the elderly and make sure your animals have warm shelter. 

Temperatures will be around freezing point throughout the week, the NWS service said of the San Joaquin Valley region. 

Dense fog can be possible late at night and early in the morning throughout the San Joaquin Valley starting on Wednesday and continuing until Friday, the release said. 

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