Citrus growers across the state are getting ready for the freeze.
As Kevan Ramer has said, temperatures are expected to plummet to the mid-20's by Thursday night.
The big chill could damage crops.
So, orange growers are preparing as best as they can.
"It's always a concern, but I think that we've got our protection ready, we've got our crews ready, our water, our wind machines, and I think we'll be alright," says farmer John Gless.
Officials are also warning people to protect their pets and pipes during the freeze.