How To Stay Warm During Kalamazoo’s 2nd Polar Freeze
Get ready for freezing weather with these simple tips
Chanel 3 weather is reporting that next week the weather is going to really cold again...
Monday: Frigid, and breezy with lake effect snow showers. A few to several inches are possible. Middle teens (Coldest High Temperature ever: 10 degrees/2002). W 15-25 mph.
Tuesday: Frigid, and breezy with lake effect snow showers. A few to several inches are possible. Middle teens (Coldest High Temperature ever: 19 degrees W 15-25 mph.
With that news on the horizon here are a few tips to stay warm from Mental Floss
Keep yourself warm first by putting on a sweater. It's easier to change your body temperature than room temperature, not to mention more eco-friendly. Instead of turning up the heat, put on another layer of clothing.
Turn on the ceiling fan. Warm air rises to the ceiling. Run your fan on its lowest setting in a clockwise direction to push the warm air back down to where you can feel it.
Do a little baking. Using your oven heats up the whole house. You'll feel even cozier if you invite friends—and all their body heat—over to eat four dozen cookies.
Switch between hot and cold when you take shower. Hot showers immediately warm you up, but cold showers improve blood circulation between your skin and organs.
And don't forget that a hot cup of tea does make a cold night a little warmer!