... the medical examiner will rule on a cause of death, but for now, it seems the death was due to exposure. Wright said alcohol may have been a factor.
"Due to exposure." Ya think?
Well, I can attest perfectly well to how cold it was on the streets of downtown Toronto, Ontario on Saturday night, so I can only imagine how bitterly cold it was in Duluth, Minnesota. But, to put it in context, in Duluth the thermometer "dropped to 17 below zero early Sunday, with the wind chill colder than 30 below." Of course, those temperatures are in Fahrenheit. For most of the rest of the world, that equates to -27 with a wind chill of -34.5 Celsius.