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A line outside Richard Montgomery High School in Rockville on Thursday stretched multiple blocks, with people reporting that they waited for more than two hours in frigid weather to get their vaccines.
After the frigid weather outside, it was a breath of pure summer.
Cold weather can lead to poor circulation, which can, in turn, lead to uselessly frigid hands and frozen fingers.
One 2012 study had volunteers dunk their hands and feet in frigid 46-degree water for half an hour daily for 15 days.
First, the researchers checked whether the frigid Martian soil could even get wet.
Given the frigid weather recently sweeping the country, that might be a good plan.
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Distant planets also benefit from frigid temperatures that let ices play a bigger role in the planet-making process.
The covers come in two or three thicknesses, the thinnest offering protection against light frosts, the thickest against more frigid weather.
Snowshoeing is comparably low risk, beyond exposure to frigid weather, and the inherent social distancing of the sport seems to be speaking to Americans weathering the pandemic winter.
Sometime between around 29,000 and 14,000 years ago, hunter-gatherers navigating northern Eurasia’s frigid landscapes turned wolves into dogs by feeding them lean-meat leftovers.
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