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Old 01-07-2018, 07:19 PM   #21 (permalink)
 
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Whats the humidity like in those really cold areas? Down south here in the US the cold is usually pretty damp and will make you feel like icewater. Top that off with the scarcity of good cold weather clothes, most folks closets are full of cotton blends to help with heat and humidity. The local Wal Mart rarely has good longjohns.
We're about 10 miles from the Lake Michigan shore, so we rarely see less than 50% humidity. Over the past 10 days we've been mostly in the range of -16 to +10 F, and this week our town was well over 30" of lake effect snow. But--according to the meter on our dehumidifier, we've had relative humidity of 20% to 25% in our basement. And...CA glue takes MUCH longer to dry than when it's normal.

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Whats the humidity like in those really cold areas? Down south here in the US the cold is usually pretty damp and will make you feel like icewater. Top that off with the scarcity of good cold weather clothes, most folks closets are full of cotton blends to help with heat and humidity. The local Wal Mart rarely has good longjohns.
We're about 10 miles from the Lake Michigan shore, so we rarely see less than 50% humidity. Over the past 10 days we've been mostly in the range of -16 to +10 F, and this week our town was well over 30" of lake effect snow. But--according to the meter on our dehumidifier, we've had relative humidity of 20% to 25% in our basement. And...CA glue takes MUCH longer to dry than when it's normal.

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Old 01-07-2018, 08:40 PM   #23 (permalink)
 
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I was slightly above freezing here for the first time in over 3 weeks. I took advantage of the warm weather to set up a couple saw horses outside and use the air powered random orbit sander to sand a project I'm making. It was a good day. :)
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I have to agree with you.. Iím not liking this one bit.


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Old 01-07-2018, 11:21 PM   #26 (permalink)
 
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Sorry to sound ignorant.... but how can a measurement be less than 0. Zero is Zero unless some degrees are owed. Aside from that I'm in the most hated state in the country. Careful guys. Stay safe. Everyday is one day closer to Spring.
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It means below zero on whichever scale is in use or generally understood— centigrade, Delisle, or what have you. It would mean the same as freezing in scales where the freezing point of water is set at zero, such as Celsius or Rťaumur, but not in scales where zero is set to something else, as in Leiden or RÝmer.Jan 7, 2014
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3 degrees centigrade in central Scotland, sun shining too!!
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It got so cold here in Tucker, Georgia that I saw politicians with their hands in their own pockets !! Little kerosene heater out in shop just wonít cut it.

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Rain here this morning but pretty warm. Got up this morning and the house was 70 so no need for the heater. Hopefully we will get some much needed water from this storm but with the recent burns in the area there may be some flooding. Time will tell
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