It's Cold Outside

@Morleyhunt (21389)
Canada
October 1, 2017 5:01am CST
Woke this morning....far from home. The temperature is -2C. A couple of days ago it was a sweltering 34C. We didn't bring a scraper to clear the windows. Oops
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@MALUSE (44612)
• Uzbekistan
1 Oct 17
I'm positively surprised to see the degrees in Celsius from someone living on the North American continent. Does that mean that only US Americans use Fahrenheit?
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@LadyDuck (182147)
• Switzerland
1 Oct 17
In Canada they use the Metric system, not the US system.
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@MALUSE (44612)
• Uzbekistan
1 Oct 17
@LadyDuck I like Canadians! :-)
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@marlina (79644)
• Canada
1 Oct 17
@MALUSE We Canadians are a bunch of "cool people", lots to love.
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• Canada
1 Oct 17
Outside here is 9 degrees celcius. Inside the house the thermostat read 64 Fahrenheit. It’s a fireplace morning.
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@Morleyhunt (21389)
• Canada
1 Oct 17
Bi don't need to know the exact temperature. That's why I can use either....I know 0C is 32F.....I know that 61F is 16C, again.....28C is 82F....below 0C is cold...over 28C is hot!
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• Canada
3 Oct 17
@Morleyhunt I hope your trip home goes smoothly. Please update us as to the success.
@Morleyhunt (21389)
• Canada
3 Oct 17
@Morethanamom Made it home by 5:30. Now hubby and i need to discuss and then make a decision. I am sure you will hear.
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@silvermist (20114)
• India
1 Oct 17
That is too cold.Have you the necessary clothes that gives protection from cold?
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@vandana7 (68509)
• India
1 Oct 17
We never experience that, do we? LOL
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@silvermist (20114)
• India
1 Oct 17
@vandana7 Sometimes I do wish we have snowfall once in a while.
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@vandana7 (68509)
• India
1 Oct 17
@silvermist I have often wondered, when people go for vacations to foreign countries, they are practically hustled from one destination to another, as they have to finish watching what has been selected to be shown to them. There is no room for jet lag, and no room for enjoying the place as such, understanding everything about it. That can't be holiday. They need to go there, and stay..take long walks know what snow entails ...so that when they return, they are thankful for what they have. Instead, they end up talking about different structures they saw...sigh.
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@wongchoiyee (7443)
• Malaysia
1 Oct 17
Wear more clothes.
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@MALUSE (44612)
• Uzbekistan
1 Oct 17
Do you ever have temperatures below zero in your country?
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• Malaysia
1 Oct 17
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@marlina (79644)
• Canada
1 Oct 17
@wongchoiyee Would you like to visit Canada?
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@heyheyla (209)
• Aleppo, Syria
1 Oct 17
Suitable for eating ice cream
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@vandana7 (68509)
• India
1 Oct 17
Jesus...ice cream in that season...freezing from outside, freezing from inside..
@Morleyhunt (21389)
• Canada
1 Oct 17
No, I generally eat my I e cream when it's hot outside. Last week I had ice cream!
@sprite1950 (14496)
• Corsham, England
1 Oct 17
I'm in the UK and although it's not cold it's so damp and drizzly. We didn't have a good summer either so the sunshine seems so far away. However -2C is very cold so I hope you are wrapped up warm.
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@Morleyhunt (21389)
• Canada
1 Oct 17
I put on a sweater. Once the van was warm...then it was time to start removing layers of clothes.
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@sprite1950 (14496)
• Corsham, England
2 Oct 17
@Morleyhunt yeah it's hard to maintain the corrrect body temperature at times. I feel sick if I am too hot when I'm travelling.
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@LadyDuck (182147)
• Switzerland
1 Oct 17
It's cold out there, here it is cloudy with a little rain, but the temperature is in the 13 C.
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@Morleyhunt (21389)
• Canada
1 Oct 17
We watched the thermometer in the van climb and fall. Once it got up to 6C and mere moments later it was back to 1C. I guess it kept us entertained while driving.
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@LadyDuck (182147)
• Switzerland
2 Oct 17
@Morleyhunt We have very different temperature in the area even at very close distance. In winter we almost never go under 10 degrees Celsius, but a village at only 10 Km from us goes down to -22.
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@Happy2BeMe (75377)
• Canada
1 Oct 17
It is definitely a chilly morning, lots of frost this morning.
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@Morleyhunt (21389)
• Canada
1 Oct 17
We were still seeing frost along the roadside until about 10:00AM.
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@Susan2015 (21947)
• United States
1 Oct 17
It was chilly here this morning too. A couple of the car windows were iced over.
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@Morleyhunt (21389)
• Canada
1 Oct 17
The windows were all covered with a layer of ice.
@JohnRoberts (64970)
• Los Angeles, California
1 Oct 17
Talk about the frozen tundra.
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@Morleyhunt (21389)
• Canada
1 Oct 17
In our case it was a frozen Van.
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@toniganzon (53392)
• Philippines
1 Oct 17
Oh wow, that's really cold and I can't imagine that kind of temperature here. I'd die maybe.
@Morleyhunt (21389)
• Canada
1 Oct 17
No, you don't die...you add a sweater or a coat.
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@toniganzon (53392)
• Philippines
2 Oct 17
@Morleyhunt Yeah I know lol but I'd still die. I hate cold temperature and the lowest temperature I've ever experienced was 17C.
@Morleyhunt (21389)
• Canada
2 Oct 17
@toniganzon we don't even consider that sweater worthy. If I'm going for my morning walk. 10C is when I pull out my sweater.
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@UncleJoe (11233)
• Virginia Beach, Virginia
1 Oct 17
I seldom use a scraper but prefer to let the car warm up and melt the frost. Then I get to slip into a warm car instead of shivering for the first couple of miles. I can take the heat but cold weather practically paralyzes me. Don't know how ya'll Canadians stand it.
@Morleyhunt (21389)
• Canada
1 Oct 17
That's what we did. I started the van...turned the controls to defrost and the. We loaded the van... How do we deal with the cold? We do t really have much choice. We dress warm...and complain about the cold...or we just deal with it....its when you need to wear mittens in the house I tell my husband....its time to start the furnace.
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@UncleJoe (11233)
• Virginia Beach, Virginia
2 Oct 17
@Morleyhunt If Becky had to wear mittens in the house she would tell me it's time to MOVE.
@Morleyhunt (21389)
• Canada
2 Oct 17
@UncleJoe my husband is always much warmer than I am. I've actually put on mittens to make him aware that it's time to bump the heat up.
@Marty1 (36847)
• Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
1 Oct 17
I do not know Celsius i am sorry about it being so cold where you are located. It sounds cold if you need scapers on the windows! It is 44 degrees F here and quite brisk! Some areas in Northwestern Pa had a lot of frost. I shouldn't be getting any until October 11 the average first frost. Be warm and get home safely!
@Morleyhunt (21389)
• Canada
1 Oct 17
It's cold at home too. -2C is about 28F. Unusual for this time of year...but I remember an October ...2013....we hat heavy wet snow (12") on October 12-13. It was a weather disaster. Some homes had no electricity for a week.
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@Marty1 (36847)
• Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
2 Oct 17
@Morleyhunt Those are frigid temperatures! The lowest cold temperature around here this morning is slightly south of us at 37 degrees F this morning!~ In my area, it is 44 degrees! i am going to do some research of earliest snow here as I do not remember any snows that occurred in October, but do remember a few in early to mid-November. i was in third grade when the November 12 snow occurred and remember the teacher telling us the storm was unusual that early, Don't know the rest of the dates in the past 40m years or so since then
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• United States
1 Oct 17
That is a bit too frosty for me. I know that it is inevitable that we will get this weather. We were expecting a frost last night, but it didn't happen in the valleys. probably happened in the mountains though.
@Morleyhunt (21389)
• Canada
1 Oct 17
We saw frost along the sides of the road and even in the pine trees as we travelled down the road.
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• United States
2 Oct 17
@Morleyhunt brrrrrrrrrrrrrr
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@shubhu3 (21159)
• New Delhi, India
1 Oct 17
The weather is really cold in your place.
@Morleyhunt (21389)
• Canada
1 Oct 17
It was certainly cold overnight. It warmed back up to a out 16C at the warmest part of the day.
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@shubhu3 (21159)
• New Delhi, India
2 Oct 17
@Morleyhunt Nights and mornings are much cooler than the afternoon time.
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@dodo19 (33989)
• Beaconsfield, Quebec
1 Oct 17
It’s not much warmer here. To think that it was 30-35 degrees a few days ago. It’s crazy.
@Morleyhunt (21389)
• Canada
1 Oct 17
I do not care for winter. I tolerate it...do I have a choice? Tomorrow morning is supposed to be another frosty day.
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@dodo19 (33989)
• Beaconsfield, Quebec
2 Oct 17
@Morleyhunt I’m not a fan of winter. I have to tolerate it. Not much choice. Hopefully it’s not too frosty.
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@dramagirl26 (3333)
• Ringgold, Virginia
1 Oct 17
I thought it was getting colder in my area, but you've got me beat. How do you handle the cold weather?
@Morleyhunt (21389)
• Canada
1 Oct 17
Do I have a choice? I put on a sweater....socks and shoes....when I go outside I add a coat...hat, mitts...boots, whatever is needed to stay warm. In the house I close the windows and start the furnace.
@Scrapper88 (1332)
• United States
1 Oct 17
The colder weather is one of main reasons why I do not want to up north.
@Morleyhunt (21389)
• Canada
1 Oct 17
Our homes are designed to deal with the cold. You learn to dress for it. Sometimes it's easier when it's cold then when it's really hot.
@vandana7 (68509)
• India
1 Oct 17
Within a couple of days it slipped that much? Where are you all?
@Morleyhunt (21389)
• Canada
1 Oct 17
It did. I live in Canada. I travelled to the east coast. It cooled down almost that much at home too.
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@andriaperry (61078)
• Anniston, Alabama
1 Oct 17
Good morning! I hope your day gets warmer and better. Be careful.
@Morleyhunt (21389)
• Canada
1 Oct 17
The day did warm. Thank goodness the roads were fine. Tomorrow morning promises to be another frosty morning.
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