Between November 14 and 18, overnight temperatures dipped into the low-20s here in Griffin. This was colder than usual. This would have been a disaster for our coleus and sweet potato plants if they were still in the garden. However, our plants are considered cool season annuals and are tolerant of low temperatures. The most damage we saw was on older leaves of the broccoli. The temperatures were low enough to have damaged or ruined any broccoli heads. Fortunately for us, the broccoli has not yet formed heads.
The rest of the planting looks fine. It weathered the colder temperatures just fine.