Thursday, December 17th 2020, 2:24 pm - As the pandemic protocols continue through the winter season, you may find yourself left with a frozen or frosty face mask. Weather Network reporter, Rachel Schoutsen explores best practices in her latest edition of Health and Weather.
Frozen, frosty or completely soaked.
What should you do if your mask becomes very uncomfortable during cold or snowy weather?
We asked the experts about the effectiveness of a frozen mask, when you should wear one, and what are some best practices in order to keep safe and comfortable at the same time.
Take a look at the video above as Rachel Schoutsen explores frosty masks in Health and Weather.
My mask yesterday when it was -23 windchill yesterday. With a familiar hat. pic.twitter.com/lDdD22pVmx— Robert Carnell (@robertcarnell) December 17, 2020