We know most of you will be cranking up that heat tonight. As you do .. JEA has some advice for staying warm and safe .. without driving your electric bill sky high. Channel 4's Elizabeth Campbell joins us LIVE from the utility's headquarters downtown .. Elizabeth, this is the kind of weather that can produce some real sticker shock when the next JEA bill comes. 3 3 The bad news is if you have your heat on over the next few days -- and most of you will -- your bill WILL go up next month. But JEA says doing things as simple as having extra blankets on your bed will help keep you warm -- and they say they want to do whatever they can -- to help you save money. 3 00-101'05-1'12SOT - 2754 theres several things you can do to keep it from going too high make sure you keep it at 68 degrees and dress appropriately now is not the time to wear shorts and a t shirt you should wear layers also put extra blankets on your bedTRACK - It might seem like common sense, but Gerri Boyce with the Jacksonville Electric Authority wants to remind people of the simple things they can do to stay warm and save money.PRE PRO - Keep your thermostat on 68 degrees -- if you set it any higher your next bill will be 22 percent more. Only increase your thermostat one to two degrees at a time -- if you do more, your emergency heating strips will come on which is three times more expensive to use. Space heaters are a great way to heat up a room without turning on the heat -- but be safe when using them.Put them in a clear area away from fabrics -- and NEVER run the heater unless you're in the same room.TRACK - Another important thing to remember during the freezing temperatures is to protect is your pipes -- wrap them with insulation, or even an old tee shirt or towel -- you also want to keep your water flowing during a hard freeze. SOT - 3338 if theres going to be an extended freeze we do recommend you turn your exterior faucets on to the diameter of about a pencil that will keep the water flowing through the pipes 3 Another simple thing you can do to keep the heat in and the cold air out of your house -- is take a towel like this, roll it up, and put it underneath in the crack between the door and the floor to keep the hot air in and the cold air out. What does JEA say about the risk of power outages on this frigid night .. and will they have extra crews on standby?