On bitterly cold winter mornings, the world is breathtakingly quiet, and it seems like you could hear a pin drop from five blocks away. While you probably couldn't hear that faraway pin in reality, you'd definitely have a better chance in those frigid temps. That's because even though sound travels faster in warm air, it travels farther in cold weather. Let us explain.
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Written by Ashley Hamer October 20, 2017
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