Rather than "how cold will you ride?" it's more like "how cold will you exist" around here this week. With the snow Monday....close to a foot, the city schools and hospital outpatient clinic closed. Today, cold and snow's out of the way...though mercury is stuck at zero. Tomorrow wind chills are supposed to be around -50F. Heard the other medical center is shutting down as well (that's pretty unusual around here).
Of course I'll probably have a go at work. Probably should start the car at noon just to keep it warmish for the trip home.
So, in preparation for the day, I'm working on my cold weather language....
Up to now my favorite is "Brass monkeys are howling all over town..." as in cold enough to freeze .....
Then there's "Cold As A Witch’s Ta-Tas In A Brass Bra"
The one I just read today was a benchmark of cold temps:
1. “Cat sleeps on the bed with you,”
2. “Cat sleeps in the bed with you,”
3. “Cat sleeps in your pajamas with you.”
Then there's the family classic, the simple "Pinche frio."
Did I miss any? How are the rest of you Midwesterners, etc, holding up?