(April 21, 4:31 p.m.) Temperatures in Washington plummeted below 20 the weekend of April 18-20, endangering crops.

And snow and more cold are forecast the week of April 21.

Record low temperatures in Yakima were recorded both April 18 and April 20, said Loren Queen, marketing and communications manager for Yakima-based Domex Superfresh Growers.

Domex won’t know how extensive damage to its cherry, pear and apple trees is until April 22 or April 23, Queen said April 21.

Temperatures in the teens were just the latest in what is shaping up to one of the coldest Aprils on record in the Evergreen State.

Lows in the 20s earlier in the month did not, however, cause significant damage to cherries, apples and pears, industry officials said. The significantly smaller peach, nectarine and apricot crops were damaged, they said.

The unseasonable weather isn’t going away yet, according to the National Weather Service’s Spokane office.

A report issued the morning of April 21 said much of Washington could see light snowfall and temperatures 15 to 20 degrees below normal later that day.

Two more weather systems expected the week of April 21 could keep temperatures lower than normal through April 27, according to the National Weather Service report.