If the late fall or early winter has been seasonal for a period, a cold snap of even 15 degrees will get them out of their beds and into the food earlier in the evening.
The best hunting I have ever seen on our farm was not a rut hunt, and it wasn't a cold snap. It started late December 2008, right after Christmas, with a warm front that unlocked a half-inch of ice that had blanketed the area for weeks.
New research has revealed that more than half of North East residents are pinning their hopes on a white Christmas this year, but many are not really prepared for a cold snap
Despite the mild reading of the thermometer, it can be difficult to feel warm in a cold snap
After one of the mildest Christmas periods in years, the country is bracing itself for a cold snap
which will see temperatures plummet.
Summary: Weather forecasters say Britain is not set for a seven-day cold snap from the weekend with snow despite reports of a cold snap
A cold snap
in that year saw the creation of a still-life waterfall as icicles of up to 10ft gradually inched their way across to silence the falls.
Matt Dobson, a forecaster with Meteogroup UK, the weather division of the Press Association, said: "There will be a cold snap
, but it will be over by Wednesday, when it will become milder and wetter."
This event triggered a cold snap
known as the Little Ice Age.
It is believed that often fatal illnesses develop two or three days after a cold snap
It means a cold snap
. Right now, it isn't really clear that we are having cold winter.
Many a fruit grower will despair when a cold snap
brings a late spring frost.
PARTS of the UK woke up to thick snow and ice yesterday, as the unseasonably mild weather gave way to a cold snap
Ahead of a cold snap
on Friday, gales and heavy rain could bring more misery to areas already hit by flooding.
Their demand came after a report revealed that more people die after a cold snap
in Britain than in Finland or Russia.