And then there is really really cold.
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For the latter we can take a look at the daily high and low temperature chart for Fargo, North Dakota. This is the time of year that the Fargo residents can expect, on average, daytime highs to climb into the 20s and nighttime lows to drop to zero. By the way, that's zero as in zero, not thirty two.
The good news is that Fargo has been going throw a bit of a warming spell.
Over the weekend a daytime high rose into the 50s.
That's one of the very cold days (blue dots) on the Naples graph below.