My home is in the greater Boston area where we have had just over 50"
of snow since mid-December. For the last two weeks, we have had
several nights each week in single digits or just below 0.
Our basement is not heated so I don’t spend a lot of time there
during deep winter. Right now the basement is 52 and I’m wearing
extra socks and an extra sweater to cut a fish from copper for a
metal project. The copper is making a shrieking noise as I cut and it
is taking much longer than normal.
Does 52 cold weather change the behavior of copper in the cutting
Thanks for any