Every December, snow falls around the country and fireplaces get their pits filled with logs and embers. Winter is the coldest time of the year, bringing us closer together with holidays (and presents), but also plays the largest part in keeping us in our houses. From rain and sleet to storms and slush, the outdoors takes a turn for the frigid three months out of the year, if not longer!
So what makes Winter the coolest season of the year? Science, of course!