As winter approaches, it may be time to consider air conditioning.
The cool, air-conditioning-free season could help keep you cool in the hottest places.
For example, if you live in the middle of the country and need to keep your family warm in winter, air conditioning could help.
According to a study published last year in the journal Climate Dynamics, air conditioners could reduce the number of days that the sun rises in the northern hemisphere.
That means that if you are outside in the summer and the sun is high, the cold air that comes out of the attic can trap more heat in the room.
“If you have an attic that’s at a higher temperature than the room, it will trap more of the sun’s energy, and the cold will be warmer than the hot,” says Kristin Loehmann, a climate scientist at Georgia Tech and coauthor of the study.
“So it could be that if your attic is warmer than your house, the room will warm more than the attic.
This could result in more sunshine getting into the room.”
While that sounds good, Loehrmann cautions that even a small increase in the number and quality of air conditioning can have an effect on how much heat it can trap.
For some people, this effect could be huge.
“There are a lot of people in hot climates who don’t like the heat, and they have no problem getting the sun in there,” she says.
“And if you’re a climate engineer and you know that you can increase the temperature of the air by putting some of that extra heat into the air, that’s great, but it’s also not going to make it go away.”
Loehlmann says it’s a question of finding the right balance.
The study used data from the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences, a nonprofit research organization in Atlanta.
While she and her colleagues used data for years, it’s still a very new concept.
“We have no idea how long this trend will continue or what the average temperature will be in the future,” she explains.
In a paper published last month, Loeshmann and colleagues looked at temperature trends in the U.S. from 1850 to 2016.
They found that, while average temperatures increased slightly, overall temperatures didn’t increase.
So, what’s the reason for that?
They found a possible factor in this change.
It’s possible that warmer air was being trapped.
The authors say that when air conditioner manufacturers were experimenting with air conditioning, they found that “the hotter the air was, the more heat that was trapped.”
Loeshrmann says that it’s possible to get around this problem by creating a warmer air flow around the attic, creating a cooler air in the attic and then adding insulation between the two.
This is what they found happened in the study that they published in Climate Dynamics.
“That actually created an air condition, which was actually trapping a lot more heat,” she tells The Salt.
“It’s probably the reason that air conditioning has such a big impact on our environment, in the sense that it traps more heat and cools us down.”
If you have a cold attic, the air can get warmer The air conditioning in your attic may not be perfect, and it can be a bit of a problem if the temperature outside isn’t as cold as the attic is.
Loeshneman says that air condition and cooling can have a positive and a negative effect.
“When you have warm air and you’re having a cool attic, it could cool the air,” she points out.
“The warm air would come in and cool your room.
The cold air would stay inside, so you wouldn’t be able to get the cool air out.
That would be bad.”
She says that if the attic has no air conditioning, the cooling effect will be even more pronounced.
But there are other ways to increase the cooling of an attic.
“You can increase insulation,” Loeshm says.
For instance, she says, you could make sure that the attic’s floor is insulated with insulation.
If it’s not, then there will be less air that can get in and out.
But that would also reduce the amount of heat that is trapped in the air.
Another way to reduce the cooling is to use a fan, Lopes says.
If there’s not a fan in the ceiling, you can create one by running the fan through the attic walls and through the air conditioning system.
She says this method also can help keep the temperature in the house as low as possible, which could help in reducing the amount and duration of the cold nights that you are likely to be experiencing.
And finally, if your house is air conditioned, Likesher says that there are ways to get rid of excess heat.
For one, you might add a fan to your ceiling, she explains, and then install a fan inside your attic that will trap extra heat that isn’t being released into the atmosphere.
That will help