Hmmm... Well, lets look at this for a moment...
What has always seemed strange to me is the radical difference between summer and winter up toward your way... I guess its just lack of regulation by bodies of water... ?
It doesn't get all that much warmer here in the peak heat, but it doesn't get anywhere near as low either... If we get negative signs on the fahrenheit scale where I am, we question the possibility of an ice age... Yet, don't hold me to it too closely, but I think we might have broken the triple digit mark only once or twice this past summer too. Course here, with the RH so high, 100F feels like a zero is missing, but still
The other part of the oddity for me is, I remember Colorado as more extreme than here, but nothing like what you, Wolv, et al see... So bodies of water ain't everything hehe
According to our friend, the bot:
34.0 C is 93.2 F, 307.1 K, 552.9 R
-36.0 C is -32.8 F, 237.1 K, 426.9 R
100.0 F is 37.8 C, 310.9 K, 559.7 R
0.0 F is -17.8 C, 255.4 K, 459.7 R
With all of that said, in re: to the question at hand, I gotta go with "What is a southbound moving truck with an uber-robust heater in it, Alex"