Right now, it's the weather that has you talking. Talking about turning on your heat.
"I don't think we did the heat at all last year," said Justin Kepner.
Justin Kepner and his family recently moved to Frederick County. They used to live in Virginia Beach. Kepner says he tries to tough out weather like this when his son, Anthony, has soccer practice or a game.
"Sometimes I don't make it and end up in the car reading a book or just sitting in the heat," said Kepner.
Anthony was supposed to have soccer practice Monday night, but it got canceled.
"It gets kind of annoying the rain in your face. It doesn't feel very good. It's all slippery, and when it hits you it's just smack. It hurts," said 11 year old Anthony Kepner.
With a high of only 45 degrees Monday, Winchester set a record for the lowest, maximum temperature, beating the old record of 47. It was also the coolest day since April 23rd. Anyway you slice it...
"It's really really really cold out," said 18 year old Michael Frazier.
Here in the Northern Valley, the first frost usually occurs by the first week of October. That hasn't even happened yet, but many people are already turning on their heat.
"Yeah last night went to bed and it was just a little too cold so I had to get up and kick it on," said Justin.
"My heat is on and I'm a guy that likes to sleep in the cool, but it's been a little too cold in there so I put the heat on," said Ivan Benavides of Winchester.
Did you tell your mom to turn on the heat?
"Yeah we have the heat on now," said Frazier.
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