Freezing At 52 Degrees

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Real Estate Agent with Sun Rise Real Estate

I can't believe what I'm about to say, "I have become a cold weather wimp".  When we lived in Maryland I thought 50 degrees was Spring and no winter coat weather. After living full-time in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina for over five years if the temperature is below 60 degrees I'm putting on the heavy coat.  I have to say that this winter and last were below normal temperatures and I am ready for this weekend when we may hit 70 degrees.  I want to see more winters where my heavy coat never comes out of the closet.

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Ralph Gorgoglione
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Same thing here in Los Angeles.

50 degrees would be freezing!

Mar 05, 2010 02:44 AM #1
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Leslie Prest
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You really DO adapt to whatever you are living in. When I lived in the AZ desert I thought 40some was REALLY cold. Now I live in the AZ mountains, and I rarely wear a coat all winter unless it is storming (and we get to the 20s or teens at night, and 40s to 50s day).

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