First off I am a newbie to gardening (2nd year) so still learning the ropes. A couple weeks ago we were in the middle of a warm spell and when I checked the extended forecast they were calling for warmer then average temps. Coaching baseball and work have a lot of my time this spring so I decided to put my garden out a little earlier then I should have. This week we had a cold front sit on top of us with temps in the 40's and we got over 4 inches of rain. So far everything I have out looks good except for a couple of jalapeno plants I have out (I have since read they need a little warmer weather) but oh well I only have four of them. So far I have potatoes that are about 6 inches tall, strawberries that are a couple inches tall, tomato plants that are about 4-5 inches (no buds yet) peppers, broccoli (about 2-3 inches tall) and cucumbers (2-3 inches tall). There is alight frost forecasted in the morning, right now they are calling for lows around 33 degrees. I assume the potatoes, broccoli, strawberries will all be fine but I don't know about cucumbers, tomatoes, and peppers (they are already suffering). What steps if any should I take given what I have out and what stage they are in. The only thing I have that is budding are a few of the strawberry plants.