Post # 1
Good Morning Ladies!
This week we had the first real frost of this season. We had 21°F (or -6°C) the other morning, here in Norway. It made me think about previous winters and the lowest temperatures I ever experienced. For me, that is about -30°F (-34°C), we had Temperatures like that, for a few weeks some years ago. It is not always getting that cold, but some weeks with around -13°F is pretty normal here. What about you? Where are you from and what is a cold winter for you?
Post # 2
Southern California, if I have to deal with frost on my car and a freezing night for more than 4 days, I’m done.
My husband is from Michigan, and was floored I didn’t own snow boots or a snow scrapper for my car. I now have one for all the snow we don’t get.
Post # 3
- Wedding: January 2021 - City, State
-5 or so is cold, we can go a bit lower in Scotland but I love when it snows.
My friend lives in Nevada and thinks 60 is chilly, that’s winter there, I honestly don’t think it’s ever gotten that hot here!!
Shes coming to Scotland in a few weeks for a wedding, she’s worried she will freeze.
Post # 4
When it starts getting cold enough to worry about the water pipes freezing. The single digits to negative. But that’s every year and a normal winter for the most part. I love the cold weather and think 30’s-40’s degrees F is perfect. Not too cold to worry about things freezing and the heat doesn’t have to run constantly.
Post # 5
s too funny! I am actually a bit jealous, I wouldn
t mind a nice Southerrn Californian winter! All this snow and ice gets a bit tedious after a few months. I don
t know how many ice scrapers I have in my car, must be at least half-a-dozen. Now we luckily live in a house with a garage, so the scraping isn
t that much of a problem, but we used to have to park at the street and then you had to get up, half an hour earlier every winter morning to go ice scraping in the cold, ughh….
I am sorry for the red writing, I don`t know why that keeps happening…if someone knows why I would love to hear it!
Post # 6
Poor girl! She will be cold for sure. Make sure to offer her a warm scarf when you get to see her!
I agree, those temperatures are quite alright. You don`t have to get dressed for the outdoors, feeling like an astronaut, about to explore the surface of mars. It takes forever!
Post # 7
Northern Wisconsin here… a cold winter for me would be any temperatures in the single digits (F) or lower, but my tolerance for the colder temperatures decreases if there is any sort of wind. The philosophy in my family is that if you think the weather is too cold, you’re not dressed appropriately.
We consider a winter mild if we have any stretches where temps are above freezing. 20’s would be about average.
Post # 8
- Wedding: January 2021 - City, State
it’s not that cold here 😉 it’s only November, probably not likely to be scarf weather yet!
but yeah for her, extra cold! She bought winter boots, something she didn’t own
Post # 9
I live on the Gulf Coast where it rarely drops below the 30s and even then it’s rare to get into the 30s. I like cold weather though. My husband and I are going to Quebec City a few days after Christmas to experience some true cold, snowy weather! Last year it was 75 degrees on Christmas Day, and it sucked.
Post # 10
From southern WI- 21 degrees is mild for us. It doesn’t start getting uncomfortably cold until there is a wind chill factor and negative temps.
Post # 11
Las Vegas, the desert does get cold. For my spoiled west coast butt atleast. To me too cold is in the 50’s. I spent one winter in upstate NY, between Syracuse and Utica. Fuck no. That was cold! Long undies, 4-5 layers of clothing, hat, gloves, scarf, ect. Had to dig my car out of the snow almost everyday? Nope! Ran my butt back to the desert as soon as the snow thawed!
Post # 12
Last years it stayed around +6+10 in winter in BeNeLux, was aa bit the same when i lived in France. I am from Eastern Erope and teh coldest i have seen was probably -22. Was too cold to go outside so all school was cancelled. Yeh!
I actually miss snow here.
Post # 13
Central Florida girl here, and this is going to sound horrible, but anything below about 73 is freezing to me. My Fiance thinks it’s hilarious because he’s from Illinois originally and went to college in Alaska, so he’s had some “truly cold” winters.
Post # 14
I live in Maryland and our winters are usually fairly mild. The winter temps don’t often get lower than 20F and it usually only snows on January and February. I’m actually kind of ready for winter to get here. Yesterday we set a heat record for the day, it was 87F which is kind of crazy for mid-October!
Post # 15
5°c is cold in London. It can go to just below 0°c, and the coldest I’ve experienced here was -10°c, which is rare. It can dip that low in Edinburgh where I’m from though.