- Dec 3, 2008
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Maybe so. We regularly have such temperatures during the winter here. The snow is what we don't (usually) have. Although this also seems like one of those things where you don't know there's a problem until it's already caused significant damage. Or maybe I need to go back and study by UM course materials better.You say that now, but just wait- one frigid winter, when temperatures in Charleston are dipping down all the way into the 40s, this knowledge will come in handy.