Hi Amanda, 4 C with high humidity and a breeze can be quite chilly. I used to live in Toronto Canada in the 1980s and it didn’t get very cold in the winter but it had something we called “slush” a kind of ice, snow and water mix partially frozen and very wet and just chilled you to the bone when you walked through it. Kind of resembles the flavoured “slushies” they sell in convenience stores nowadays. I’ll take my -20 and real snow over “slush” any day. So stay bundled up. It is all what you get used to. Hugs, Krista.
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