Home temperatures may have dipped, but the risk of a cold snap in the US has risen dramatically.
A survey of nearly 2,000 people by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration found that the odds of getting a cold this winter were one in 1,000 for Americans.
The survey, conducted this month, found that more than half of Americans have a warm-weather habit, and a quarter of Americans are comfortable spending more time outside than indoors.
In the wake of record-breaking temperatures in California, the US is expected to hit its record-low for December, according to NOAA.
According to NOAA, the United States has seen a whopping 6.4 degree increase in temperatures this year.
It was a record-setting year for the state of California, but it has been exacerbated by extreme weather in Texas, where heavy rainfall has caused flooding, and the drought that has hit the country.