Acclimating your coat
What does it mean to acclimate your coat to the weather - Acclimating your coat, around the Great Lakes region, New England region, or Baltimore Harbor, is leaving an article of clothing outside to have the molecules shrink in the cold thus allowing someone to defend against wind chill better. Members of this region have done so for generations as the cold wind blowing from Canada across the Great Lakes brings with it a cold-chill that can drop the temperature greatly.
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