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Winters usually aren't that harsh where I live. Temperatures of around -10 degrees (C) are quite exceptional and I can't remember ever experiencing anything colder. I do recall that on one of such days there was some wind as well which made the wind chill temperature like -15 degrees (C). Still, I didn't think it was all that bad since at least the sky was clear blue and I didn't have to go outside all that much.
At 3/4/13 06:00 PM, Cyberdevil wrote: I thought Norway was a lot colder than Sweden, still we get at least -30C every winter. :/
I guess it depends on where you live. I live south and near the coast.
The lowest temperature I know for sure is -25, and other times I have not checked the temperature, or I've forgot it later.
I'd sweat to death if I went out in 45 degree heat
but that's because I do temperature correctly
Nebraskan winter days, with only a shirt and a leather jacket. Oh God, I am used to the cold winters and did not put close attention thinking it would not be that bad, but that was.... ugh
Growing up, other girls wanted to be princesses..., shit, I wanted to be an outlaw
Once I walked through snow while wearing sandals. It was only for a minute though.
my sig has fighters in it bitches
Few years back, my region of the US had its coldest winter in decades. I worked during my spring break. One day was at least -10 degrees F. To show off my resilience, I would help people out to their car with dog food and such. Lordy the wind felt like knives. Funny thing: that was my first winter with my driver's license. Made it the whole time with no accidents. First clear, sunny day with completely dry roads, I accidentally rear end another car.