Dangerously cold temperatures forecast; warming stations opening in Savannah
Several places will be open in Savannah for those needing to get out of the cold this week.
With temperatures dipping into the single digits starting Thursday evening, several organizations have worked to provide warming stations for those who have no place to go to get warm.
East End United Methodist Church, 285 Fairground St., will be open on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 8:30 p.m. to midnight, or as needed. The church will also have an open to all service on Saturday at 6 p.m., and Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
Voices of Savannah, next to Jesus Cares, 212 Eureka St., will be open as a warming station on Tuesday and remain open as needed, including Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
The Table, 115 Belmont St., will be open on Wednesday and Thursday evenings to also help people get warm. The Table is seeking donations of heavy blankets, coats, tents, hand warmers and any other items to give out to help those living outside. Donations can be made at their site Tuesday through Thursday.