Can someone please explain?
Why is it that people who life in New England their entire lives can know that the 65 degree temperature at noon is going to about 20 degrees higher than what it will be five hours later, and still go running about the local agricultural fair in shorts, t-shirts, and sandals (with socks). Really, this is not one of those difficult things to understand like when women say things like "If you don't know I'm not going to tell you.", before stomping off in a further sulk. Cold is endemic to the New England experience.
Somebody, anybody please take a stab at this...