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1. mod. [stopping something] suddenly and totally. I stopped cold—afraid to move further.
2. mod. dead. This parrot is cold—pifted!
3. mod. not good. The lecture was cold and dull.
4. mod. excellent. (Very cool.) That last pitch was cold, man.
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More than three in four Easterners (79%) say their winter has been colder than usual.
Cloudy periods with rain and around average temperatures will be interspersed by clearer and colder conditions with showers - these perhaps wintry across higher ground.
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Because of the winds, humans can feel around 3- 4 degrees colder than it actually is.
Wintry showers are likely early next week, with some less cold weather midweek, but turning colder again by Friday with a risk of snow.
We expect a cooling trend, with the potential of colder weather than we have seen so far this winter.
The 30 day outlook is for more settled but colder weather, with strengthening northerly winds," said Mr Williams.
For many types of animals, it pays to be bigger in the colder climates that exist at high latitudes and altitudes.
com will now find a selection of promotions on some of the components that tend to be put under extra strain because of colder conditions.
The colder air is expected to reach eastern Bulgaria overnight, casting a cold spell on Friday.
Rescuers have been struggling to capture the stranded birds for over a week and some penguins are in poor health after their long journey from the colder waters of the south.
MARCH Nordic Region - Colder than normal UK - Warmer than normal North Mainland - Colder than normal, except northern France South Mainland - Colder, except southern France/Iberia
Umbrellas are useless Inside out they go If it gets any colder The rain will turn to snow" WEATHER WISE The weather is bad today It's blowing up a gale The rain is lashing Off my window pane The gutters overflowing Trees start to sway Should I go out?
Tornado development is not unknown in a hilly country where a colder inflow can override hotter air trapped beneath this override in a valley or behind a range of hills.