Crossing guard Carol Ownbey, at top, 68, of Floral City, shivers in the cold Tuesday morning while working at W Highland Boulevard and Line Avenue in Inverness. With a nearby thermometer reading 25 degrees, Ownbey, a native Floridian, was not happy about having to endure the shivers. "This just ain't no kind of weather for no (Florida) Cracker," Ownbey said. "All we need now is some snow." Freezing temperatures blanketed the county for the second night in a row. At right, frost covers pansies Tuesday morning at the Color Time Nursery in Lecanto, where a thermometer read 23 degrees. Forecasts call for a return to highs in the 70s and lows in the 50s to 60s today and continuing through the rest of the week.