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Braving the Cold: More to Come

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Staff at Duck In Car Wash in Milford were feeling the cold. (Source: WBOC) Staff at Duck In Car Wash in Milford were feeling the cold. (Source: WBOC)
Mailman Steve Friend didn't have the option of taking off for the cold. (Source: WBOC) Mailman Steve Friend didn't have the option of taking off for the cold. (Source: WBOC)

MILFORD, Del. - No doubt, we are all feeling the cold air. But some have it worse than others. 

"Really cold," said Randy Daino, working at Duck In Car Wash in Milford. "Freezing. And frigid." 

He wasn't alone in this feeling. The weather was cold enough that colleague David Sebastian had tears in his eyes Thursday afternoon. 

"It's so cold that I'm tearing up," he laughed. "I can't stand this cold." 

Meanwhile in Harrington, Robert Thompson from Megee Plumping and Heating was fixing a pipe. He said that the company is pretty busy on cold days like this, because it's a common time for burst pipes. However he said often times this damage is preventable. 

"Big ones we see are leaving hoses outside connected to faucets," he said. "You should always disconnect the hose. Close your vents in the winter time. Mostly just protecting everything." 

In Milton, mailman Steve Friend was out in the cold delivering mail. 

"Rain, sleet, or snow," he said. "The mail must go... Now you got to put the cold into the equation. Tomorrow is probably going to be the coldest weather of the year." 

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