Cold is a relative word

65F18CHawaiians declare a two-blanket night
60F15CCalifornians put on sweaters (if they can find one)
50F10CMiami residents turn on the heat
45F7CVermont residents go to outdoor concerts
40F4CYou can see your breath; Californians shiver uncontrollably and Minnesotans go swimming
35F2CItalian cars don't start
32F0CWater freezes
30F-1CYou plan your vacation to Australia
25F-4COhio water freezes; Californians weep pitiably; Minnesotans eat icecream and Canadians go swimming
20F-7CPoliticians begin to talk about the homeless; New York City water freezes and Miami residents plan vacation further South
15F-9CFrench cars don't start and Cat insists on sleeping in your bed with you
10F-12CYou need jumper cables to get the car going
-5F-21CAmerican cars don't start and Alaskans put on T-shirts
-10F-23CGerman cars don't start and Eyes freeze shut when you blink
-15F-26CYou can cut your breath and use it to build an igloo; Arkansans stick tongue on metal objects and Miami residents cease to exist
-20F-29CCat insists on sleeping in pajamas with you; Politicians actually do something about the homeless; Minnesotans shovel snow off roof and Japanese cars don't start
-25F-32CToo cold to think and You need jumper cables to get the driver going
-30F-34CYou plan a two week hot bath and Swedish cars don't start
-40F-40CCalifornians disappear; Minnesotans button top button; Canadians put on sweaters and Your car helps you plan your trip South
-50F-46CCongressional hot air freezes and Alaskans close the bathroom window
-80F-62CHell freezes over; Polar bears move South and Green Bay Packer fans order hot cocoa at the game
-90F-68CLawyers put their hands in their own pockets