I was born and raised in Oklahoma, and we never really deal with very much 'cold' weather. We hit the teens a bit, but not usually as highs, nor for extended periods of time. I have a pretty high tolerance for cold, I'm very hot-blooded and like to be in colder weather.
I've been doing a job in Milwaukee, WI for a few weeks, where the temps have been quite cold. A lot of time spent in the singe digits and teens as highs have not been rare. The thing is, it doesn't 'feel' that cold, say as temperatures a bit warmer in Tulsa.
Some locals have mentioned in passing that it's whether it's a 'dry' cold that makes it cold of not. I have no idea what this means. What does this mean, and is this 'dry' or 'humid' cold? Does this even makes sense? I thought maybe I was just getting used to it...?
I know exactly what dry and humid heat is. I have more experience with that than I care to think about.