Dallas is no stranger to colder weather but the people are definitely not used to it.
While those up north in Canada have definitely adapted to frigid temps, it seems that they are actually catching a slight break compared to those in the Big D.
North Texas entered an unusually early winter blast this week, forcing Dallasites to wake up to 40-degree temperatures with a constant downpour of rain, while those in Toronto were treated to a warmer but still not-so cozy 44 degrees.
Morning Temperature in Dallas, Texas
But don't worry North Texans, this won't last long, as the temperature will do what it always does: radically change.
While Wednesday will bring a high of 49 degrees, things will increase back to the 60s on Friday and Saturday just in time for Halloween.
Torontonians aren't quite as lucky as the temperature will remain in the 40s and 30s for the rest of the week.
Just in case you need a refresher on how big Texas is, while Dallas is freezing, those in Houston are living it up in the mid-70s.
Unfortunately for Texans who love colder temperatures, the state is supposed to have above-average temperatures for winter 2020, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't keep a jacket handy for when the weather gets predictably unpredictable.