The Albuquerque National Weather Service issued a hard freeze warning from midnight to 9 a.m. Wednesday.
The temperature will dip down to 23 degrees or colder with wind chill, which could cause the temperature to be as low as 14 degrees.
The major impact will be on any plants as they could be destroyed in the cold. The service advises that people remain in the planning stage for gardening. If you already have flowers and vegetables, keep them portable so they can come indoors.
“These temperatures are very cold for early April,” the NWS website reads.
Older pipes will be subject to freezing as well and could break. Letting the tap drip overnight can release any pressure built up and prevent breakage.
For more information, visit the National Weather Service Webpage.