7 Good Things About Being 30 Degrees Below Zero In Minnesota
Sure, we're facing the prospect of spending several days and nights in the sub-zero deep freeze, but there are some good things about it being this cold in Minnesota.
perusing the web wasting time on Twitter yesterday when I saw a thread by a couple of friends talking about how ridiculously cold it's going to be over the next few days. And, of course, they're right. This is a dangerous cold snap were facing-- it's possibly life-threatening cold that needs to be taken seriously if you're going to be outside, even for a few minutes.
But they also tried to find some humor to help get us through a forecast where the low will be 32 degrees below zero. That's SOOO cold, it's almost tough to wrap your head around, isn't it? So, borrowing from a few of their suggestions, here are...
7 Good Things About It Being 30 Degrees Below Zero In Minnesota
- Emerald Ash Borer larvae freeze to death
- Nobody asks, "Is it hot enough for ya?"
- Those cool ice caves form on Lake Superior near Bayfield
- Fewer mosquitoes
- Oppressive humidity and high dew points not a problem
- If your freezer is full, just use outside
So, yeah, there ARE a few good things our latest rendezvous with the infamous Polar Vortex. Did they miss anything?