I know its January but the Midwest was colder then Antarctica....
With a name like "Frosty" you'd probably fit right in to the cold weather, no?Honestly, the notion of wind chills at -65 degrees (or about -54 for those using Celsius) scares me a little. Frostbite in 5 minutes or less, and I'm trying to imagine ANY vehicle operating in that weather.
Lowest wind chill I've had in my area was -38 degrees (really, that's close enough to the shiftover that I'm not converting that to Celsius) but that was a few years ago. The temperatures now in my area? Actually not so bad for this time of year because it's in the positives in Fahrenheit.
With a name like "Frosty" you'd probably fit right in to the cold weather, no?