By Steve VavrusOctober 3, 2018 | 12:19PM ESTIt is a cliché, but winter is an absolute killer.

    In fact, the average person experiences it about 1.5 times in their lifetime.

    This year it is expected to be more than 10 times.

    The good news is that the climate is changing and, with it, will bring new and unexpected conditions that can change the way you travel and do your work.

    While many things may change in the coming months, the cold will be the norm, even though it has been in the winter for thousands of years.

    But before you get too excited about that, here are 10 winter tips to help keep you warm.

    First of all, make sure you take care of yourself.

    You should wear layers and keep the outside temperatures as low as possible.

    Don’t wear a hat or face mask.

    A coat and scarf will do you just fine.

    You’ll also want to keep the air conditioner and fan turned down to about 80 degrees Fahrenheit.

    And if you are in a car or van, it is recommended to use a fan, too.

    The weather can change on a regular basis.

    If you are traveling on the east coast, you may be able to get a good look at snowfall during the summer months.

    If your destination is in the Rocky Mountains, you will be able see a lot more of the snow, especially the late fall and early winter months.

    If you plan on hiking through the winter, don’t expect the snow to disappear anytime soon.

    That is especially true if you travel with a group.

    If the temperature drops to below freezing, the snow will melt quickly, especially if it is a powdery or slushy winter.

    That means the temperature in the car will drop to below zero, and the vehicle will become even more slippery.

    It is important to make sure that you keep your pack on and on your feet.

    The cooler you are, the harder it will be to move your feet in the snow.

    Finally, if you do decide to hike in the colder months, consider taking a walk.

    Your feet will have the ability to handle the cold, so it is important that you exercise.

    In addition to taking a short walk, keep an eye on the snow and the surrounding area to ensure that it stays dry.

    As for where to go to stay warm?

    In some areas, there are more options than others.

    You can camp at a lodge, a park or even on the side of the road.

    You may even have the option to visit a cabin in the woods or a cabin at the hotel.

    If staying in a hotel, you’ll need to plan ahead as the temperature can drop as low at -30 degrees Fahrenheit as it gets colder.

    If a lodge is a good option, you can stay there until you can find another lodging.

    At the hotel, however, you won’t be able stay in the room for longer than an hour.

    At a park, you should plan to spend your time in a park rather than staying in the cabin, and then you can spend the rest of the night in the parking lot or a tent.

    And while you may not have the options of the cabin or the park, the weather may be as good as in the lodge.