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A hard freeze is expected across large sections of Alabama later this week, with temperatures dropping into the single digits overnight Wednesday in some areas, and wind chills making it feel even colder.
The Sierra Nevada has seen its fire season extended and has been plagued by invasive species once killed by hard freezes.
The later in the season, until the insects are killed by several hard freezes, the more aggressive the insects.
A week later we experienced a hard freeze, and that was the end of our bees.
When a hard freeze is introduced, all employees become fully vested immediately in benefits earned under the plan, but they are not entitled to earn additional benefits.
While a hard freeze in April damaged the apple crop, changing the entire outlook for 2012, the ALR is designed for the marketing side of business, so attendees will see firsthand what can be done in an adverse production year.
No credit is given to any of them for the covering of the greens during the hard freezes and snows, getting up before daylight to have the course ready for the players, the countless hours of mowing, plus all the extra hours spent making those holes and courses the beautiful things they are.
It wasn't until a hard freeze in January knocked out water service for area residents and business for a week that the city decided to ask for funding that had been authorized three years ago.