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  • Hey there!

  • Welcome to Life Noggin.

  • It's a winter wonderland, and that snowman has a sword.

  • That's cool.

  • As the days get colder and colder, we all have to think about how to best keep ourselves

  • all warm and snuggly.

  • What, you didn't think that digital winters were a thing?

  • Oh believe me, they're very realand very chilly!

  • That's why we're all huddled up together around the fire.

  • Hey, stop hogging all the egg noggin, Triangle Bob!

  • Now, while cold winter days can be pretty gloomy themselves, right now me and the gang

  • are dealing with something that's quite a bit scarier: a /blizzard/.

  • A blizzard is a storm that has significant falling or blowing snow, reduced visibility,

  • and wind speeds at around 56 kph or greater, all for a period of 3 hours or longer.

  • Add everything up and you have a pretty dangerous combination.

  • During a blizzard, it's a lot safer just to stay inside, but what if the worst happened

  • and you were stuck out in the cold for some reason?

  • How long would it take for things to get pretty bad?

  • Let's find out!

  • With a blizzard, one of the most dangerous things about it is how cold it can get.

  • You usually start to get hypothermiawhich can be deadlywhen your body temperature

  • drops just a few degrees below its normal temperature.

  • Beyond things just being cold in general, all those winds that we were talking about

  • earlier can make it feel even colder.

  • That's the whole idea behind wind chill.

  • In some places around the US, winter wind chills have been recorded below minus 50 degrees

  • Celsius more often than I'd be comfortable with.

  • In fact, according to a CBS report, Mount Washington, New Hampshire hit a temperature

  • of around minus 38 degrees Celsius back in January of this year with a wind chill of

  • minus 68 degrees!

  • When you're exposed to super low wind chill values, it increases your risk of things like

  • hypothermia and even frostbite, which is why we probably shouldn't be out here right

  • now.

  • It's all for the sake of science though, right friends?

  • With frostbite, things can actually start to get bad a lot quicker than you might think.

  • According to the National Weather Service, wind chill values near minus 32 degrees Celsius

  • can cause you to get frostbite within 15 minutes of exposure to the cold.

  • And if you have even lower temperatures and higher wind speeds, you start to get into

  • the 5 to 10 minute range.

  • Things like your fingers, toes, and ear lobes are some of the areas most susceptible to

  • frostbite since they might not get as much circulation.

  • Hey, for once we're lucky that our animator didn't give us those things!

  • Pretty cool!

  • And the dangers of blizzards don't just end there.

  • The strong winds can knock down trees and power lines.

  • Some blizzards can even sink ships!

  • In 1888, a blizzard hit the East coast of the United States, causing hundreds of people

  • to die and an estimated 200 ships to sink.

  • So blizzards can be pretty scary, and you should try and stay inside, but if you /do/

  • have to go out, we have a few tips from the National Weather Service to help you out.

  • First off, make sure you bundle up in a bunch of layers and wear things like mittens, hats,

  • and big, warm scarfs.

  • Try to find some waterproof insulated boots and other waterproof clothing since wet clothing

  • can cause you to lose body heat even faster.

  • Alright, gang.

  • I think it's time for a group hug to help thaw us out!

  • Oh yeah.

  • Animator, can't you just transport us to sunny weather?

  • Yeah!

  • Thank you!

  • Got any more questions on surviving extreme weather conditions?

  • Let me know what we should talk about next in the comment section below!

  • A lot of you guys have commented asking how we create these videos because you wanna start

  • animated channels of your own.

  • To help with that creative curiosity, we teamed up with our sponsor Skillshare.

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  • We talked about the freezing cold, but are you curious to know about the dangers of it

  • being ridiculously hot?

  • Check out this video.

  • In that time frame, the ten warmest years on the planet have actually happened in the

  • last 20 or so years, so things definitely seem to be heating up.

  • As always, my name is Blocko, this has been life noggin, don't forget to keep on thinking!

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