Morning report: Your guide to weather, traffic and happenings on this chilly …

Here’s a quick look at this morning’s traffic conditions in Southwest Florida and the day ahead.

■ All lanes are open along Interstate 75 in Collier County, according to North Naples Fire Department. A crash along I-75 in Collier County near mile marker 107 was causing roadblocks in both the north and southbound lanes as of 8:30 a.m., accoriding to the Florida Highway Patrol. Troopers were on scene preparing to shut down all southbound lanes for a helicopter to medflight a patient from the scene, a dispatcher said. A second crash also took place this morning near mile marker 109.

Watch for a disabled vehicle in the roadway near mile marker 111 of I-75 southbound. That vehicle was partially blocking the southbound entrance ramp off Immokalee Road as of 8:15 a.m.

A Collier County brush fire was causing slight smoke but no major visibility problems as of 7:15 a.m. The controlled burn could be seen from Oil Well and Immokalee roads.

■ Southwest Florida weather: Bundle up! We’ve started another stretch of chilly weather across Southwest Florida that will last into the upcoming weekend. Temperatures will struggle to make it out of the 50s on Wednesday. Overnight, a freeze watch is posted for inland Collier and, Lee counties through Thursday morning. CLICK HERE for the forecast.

■ The city of Naples Design Review Board will consider an application for preliminary design review approval for a new, 36-room, 3-story hotel with two restaurants on the current Lemon Tree Inn property, 250 9th St. S. The meeting starts at 9 a.m. in council chambers at City Hall, 735 Eighth St. S.

■ Gov. Rick Scott and the Cabinet will consider a prioritized acquisition list for the Rural Family Lands Protection Program, which uses conservation easements to preserve working agricultural lands. It’s at 9 a.m. at the Osceola County Commission Chambers in Kissimmee.