It's currently -2° here on my street on the north side of Chicago, but the "real feel" is -15° which as far as I'm concerned might as well be -375°. As a native east coaster, I'm not emotionally equipped for this kind of cold. As soon as you walk outside and breathe in the frigid air, you can feel the moisture inside your nose start to freeze. A scientist might tell you that the moisture inside your nose is not actually freezing, but I personally do not want to listen to a know-it-all scientist telling me anything when it's this fucking cold. I just want someone to tell me I can go back inside.