Wat? No, -10 Celsius isn't cold enough for thermals. That's *almost* warm enough for shirt sleeves, especially if you're only going to be out for a few minutes. The ACTUAL scale goes like this:
- -20F Awesome. Snow squeaks when you walk on it.
- -10F Cold, wear gloves and a hat and stuff.
- 0F Snow crunches when you walk on it.
- 10F Chilly, definitely wear a coat.
- 20F Snow is kinda melty and packs easily.
- 30F Very melty, all snow turns to slush.
- 40F Refrigerator temperature.
- 50F Low end of room temperature range.
- 60F Perfect room temperature.
- 70F High end of room temperature range.
- 80F Break out the fans. Nursing home temperature.
- 90F Fans aren't really enough. AC helps more.
- 100F Body temperature. AC has trouble keeping up.
- 110F Medically dangerous, particularly if you run out of drinking water.
- 200F You can just about burn yourself on this.
- 300F Hot enough for cooking some things.
- 350F Typical baking temperature.
- 400F High baking temperature.
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