Cold overnight temperatures has orchard growers worried about this year's peach crop.
11 News told you yesterday about the concern for damage with a cold night in the forecast
According to the National Weather Service it got down to the low 20s in Palisade last night.
Talbott farms says they are anticipating damage to this year's crop but they are waiting for it to warm up a little bit before they go out and look at just how much damage may have been done.
They'll wait a few hours to for the buds to oxidize and then take a better look at the damage.
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