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Here’s a look outside my office window today (Feb. 19). The sun is very warm through my window, but don’t let that fool you. The outside temperature is 10 °F (-12 °C). Here in Minnesota, our coldest days are usually accompanied by brilliant sunshine; making for an interesting weather trade-off.

I think the term should be “sunny-cold”, as in it’s sunny-cold out. If that term is a thing, I think it could use more use.