Zero Degree Morning
It’s a cold one today. My little thermometer thing was at 0 degrees this morning. My computer weather thing is saying that we are going to hit a high of 22 degrees for today. My car demonstrated what a difference these cold temperatures can make. The frost on my windshield normally melts from my defroster and I can see the water and wipe it away with the windshield wipers. This morning the frost never visually melted and I never saw any water. It kind of just disappeared very slowly. I guess it was too cold for the frost to even think of turning to water. My car battery struggled a bit too and didn’t start up on my first try. That’s a common problem when it’s cold. Starting in cold weather is common thing for battery companies to brag about in their commercials along with still starting after leaving lights on for a long time. Luckily this extra cold spell seems to only be a one-day thing as tomorrow it will be going back up to 38 degree for the high and the potential snowstorm on Wednesday will just turn to rain.
I’d put this as another one of those days that I’m glad that I don’t have to work outside. This is one of those types of days where you can be warm because you are wearing tons of clothes and layers, but your face will still hurt from the cold. It’s a hard thing to fix because you will need to have some of your face exposed to work. It’s not like you can mummify yourself and still be able to get the job done. I may still be wearing thermals and layers in the office, but at least I know that my face won’t be in pain while I work from exposure to the elements. Outdoor workers do get to walk around and move a lot so it does get the blood flowing and help combat the cold some, while I am sitting all day getting cold feet from no circulation. It evens out somewhat, but in the end my face still won’t hurt like the outdoor workers’ will. So I continue my work on 3D animation, custom programming, and Flash animation with warm cheeks and cold feet dreading the return to the super cold car again at the end of the day. Give us a call or visit and see what we can do for you.