As freezing temperatures have moved into the Temple, Texas area, two warming shelters have opened their doors to those in need.

The City of Temple reports that two shelters will operate through Friday, November 18 at the following locations:

Salvation Army - 419 W. Ave. G

Salvation Army will open at 3 PM. Dinner and breakfast will be served, then the shelter will close in the morning following breakfast.

Service animals are accepted at this shelter.

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Impact Church - 306 E. Adams Ave.

Impact Church will be open from 6 PM to 8 PM.

Dinner and breakfast will be served.

Pets are accepted at this shelter.

Our news partners at KWTX-TV are forecasting overnight lows in the 30s throughout the rest of this week, so these shelters are certainly needed. Thank you to the Salvation Army and Impact Church for opening their doors to those in need of warmth and hope.

If you know someone in need of shelter, please share this information with them.

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