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Extremely Cold Temperatures to Make a Return This Week
Written by Alex Wiederspiel
Last updated on January 19, 2014 @ 11:43PM
Created on January 19, 2014 @ 6:56PM

Temperatures are about to get extremely cold again with lows in the single digits later this week. Even though we still have another two months of winter, folks are already sick of the cold.

Staying warm is extremely important, and we've given you some tips in the past to stay warm. But for people who have to go outside, they told us that they have no choice but to put on as many layers and coats as it takes to get warm, break out the hats and gloves, and, of course, get some hot coffee.

"It's nice and warming. It's good for when I'm getting out of bed and it's cold outside and I feel that I need some energy to be able to trudge through the cornucopia of cold weather," said John Scherch of Morgantown.

Others said that they're just trying to hang tough and make it through the winter.

"It really just is a grind. Weather like this kind of has a way of putting me in a real malaise about doing everyday activities. It's really hard to get outside and when you have to go out and about walking through campus it really puts you in a foul mood. I'd rather just stay indoors," Timmy Gwinn, another Morgantown resident, told 5 News.

Remember, when temperatures begin dropping to extreme lows exposed skin can lead to frost bite with extremely cold temperatures.

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