TAMPA (970 WFLA) -- The biggest chill of the season arrives.
Forecasters at the National Weather Service say a cold front is moving in behind slow-moving(Saturday) morning rains... it'll drop temperatures into the 40's tonight (Saturday) and some areas just north of us could see freezing temperatures and frost over the weekend.
Pasco County officials are opening cold weather shelters Sunday night. That's expected to be the chilliest night of a cold wave moving in from the north today (Saturday). Shelters will be open in Holiday and Zephyrhills... they'll close Monday morning at 7 a.m.
IN WEST PASCO: FAMILIES - CALL THE UNITED WAY AT 2-1-1 INDIVIDUALS - JOINING HANDS MISSIONS, 3333 U.S. HWY 19 N, SUITE 1, HOLIDAY / 727.215.8084
IN EAST PASCO: RESTORED HOPE - CALL 352.437.4815 BEFORE 6:00 P.M. SUNDAY. (LIMITED SERVICE.) SAMARITAN PROJECT OF ZEPHYRHILLS - CALL 813.810.8670 BEFORE 9:00 P.M. SUNDAY. (LIMITED SERVICE; NO PETS.)
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