ARROYO GRANDE, Calif. -

The numbers are out on how much damage was caused by the deep freeze Central California experienced last December.

It's estimated the cold wiped out a fourth of our state's $2 billion citrus industry.

Though the impacts were mainly to the Central Valley, the trickle-down effects are being felt on the coast.

A local farmer tells us he only lost 5 percent of his orange and lemon crops while his friends in the Central Valley lost as much as half.

With less oranges and lemons to go around, the farmer could be selling hisvcrops for more.

The total damages to Central Valley crops is $441 million.

We also could be seeing prices of oranges and lemons go up at the grocery store.