cold weather

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a period of unusually cold weather

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No, never, upon my word," said the head under the neckcloth, shaking very much--"that is, yes--what abominably cold weather, Miss"--and herewith he fell to poking the fire with all his might, although it was in the middle of June.
Poor Friday was really frightened when he saw the mountains all covered with snow, and felt cold weather, which he had never seen or felt before in his life.
Over against a London house, a corner house not far from Cavendish Square, a man with a wooden leg had sat for some years, with his remaining foot in a basket in cold weather, picking up a living on this wise:--Every morning at eight o'clock, he stumped to the corner, carrying a chair, a clothes-horse, a pair of trestles, a board, a basket, and an umbrella, all strapped together.
These people came to see them without fail every year, usually at the capo d'anno, and of old her aunt used to make them some little present--her aunt and she together: small things that she, Miss Tita, made herself, like paper lampshades or mats for the decanters of wine at dinner or those woolen things that in cold weather were worn on the wrists.
Was the long railway journey she took in this cold weather the cause of her death?
The Cold Weather Payment is available when the average temperature is recorded, or is forecast to be zero degrees centigrade or below, for a period of seven consecutive days.
Those getting Universal Credit that includes an amount in respect of a disabled child or qualifying young person for at least one day in a period of cold weather or Income Support, income based Jobseekers Allowance or income related Employment and Support Allowance for at least one day in a period of cold weather may also be eligible.
Cold weather payments are a right if you are claiming certain benefits.
More deaths occur every winter in the UK than in the summer due to a wide range of causes including cold weather, influenza and other respiratory infections.
Whilst the occurrence of sudden stratospheric warming increases the chance of cold weather, it's by no means a guarantee.
The Met Office has also forecast a dry and cold weather with chances of smog for other parts of the region during next 24 hours.
While very cold weather prevailed in Northern areas including Quetta division.
However, coastal area will experience sunny and cold weather conditions.
One reason for the home-defense customer to upgrade ammo, or maybe even gun, in cold weather is the reasonable assumption a life-threatening home invader may "come in from the cold" dressed for the cold--turning the invader from a thin-skinned creature to a thick-skinned one.
Nine out of 10 people with asthma say cold and flu viruses make their condition worse, while 75% find cold weather triggers an asthma attack.