If the outside temp is 0 f today and tomorrow will twice as cold what will the temp be?

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Jimmy Gardner

MIKE MOSS SAYS:       Jimmy,      I'll assume that by "twice as cold" you mean half as warm. In that case,  the temperature that is halfway between zero degrees F and absolute zero (at which there is no molecular motion, and therefore no heat) would be about -230 degrees F. Brrrrrrr!!!



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