Today, where I live in upstate New York, I was greeted by the sun streaming through my window. Half asleep, I knew what that meant.
It was bitterly cold outside. It was eight above zero. (-13 Celsius)
In January and February, about the only time we see the sun is when it is brrr cold. So that's why my spouse and I are planning to go through some seed catalogs this weekend, and plan our garden for the year.
But nothing beats this Minneapolis, Minnesota principal's ice experiments.
Especially this one, which has now gone viral.
This man heads an inner city school, and inspires his students with these experiments. Pretty awesome, in my opinion.
(My Local Saturday returns next Saturday).
What do you do when it is cold (if you get cold winters where you live)?