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Re: 4 degrees

In other words - in centigrade, 4 degrees is waaaaaaay below 'zero'

The Canadians are probably having a ball here...

4 degrees is ABOVE ferenheit - where 32 degrees F EQUALS 0 degrees centigrade,
so 4 degrees C, is about 38 degrees F.

4 degrees F is the coldest one.  Frost occurs about 32 degrees F, but 0 degreesC.

Weather in Spring is positively balmy at 4 degrees C.

Carolyn Schaffner who just checked the thermometer which shows both F & C, and
read that it is a wonderfully warm 50F under clear skies, but who does not
want to hear about snow in the mountains, blustery winds in Buffalo, NY and the temperature in Centigrade is only 10!

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