heres what i think may have happened, if any water has condensed in your tank it will sink to the bottom of the tank and with temperatures that cold, im sure it would freeze, about the only thing you can do is bring it inside a heated garage for a while and put some gas line antifreeze in the tank, you might check to see if you blew a fuse for the pump also, the worst thing could be that the ice broke the gears inside the fuel pump, lets hope not, hope i could help, p.s., you should put gas line antifreeze in about every other tank or so in freezing conditions, it could save you a lot of trouble with the fuel system.
When the outside temperature dropped below 32 degrees F.
47 degrees Celsius outside are 116.6 degrees Fahrenheit outside.
Because it is not 0 degrees Celsius outside!
Because it is hotter than 32 degrees outside of the freezer. Water freezes at 32 degrees.
Yes, because 30 degrees is below freezing.
Not necessarily. When it is 40 degrees Celsius outside, it is sweltering!
no, because they need a heated tank between 71 to 84 degrees Fahrenheit. they like 77 degrees Fahrenheit because it reduces stress and diseases.
Still 54 degrees if the 18 degree drop is inside!
30 degrees F because 30 degrees C is about 90 degrees F and you would not have much ice on the lake!
The shared interior angles add up 240 degrees so the shared outside angles add up to 120 degrees because angles around a point add up to 360 degrees
the Temp outside was 24.8 degrees Fahrenheit while the water was 31 degrees Fahrenheit
Well what if it is really cold outside and hot inside what will happen then, did you think of that? hot and cold it only your opinion because it think 10000 degrees is cold and -1383 degrees is hot
No. It has to be less than 32 degrees.
35 degrees Celsius.
32.22 degrees C outside, 21.11 degrees inside.
It goes soft out of the freezer because the temperature outside of the freezer is above freezing, which is 32 degrees Fahrenheit or 0 degrees Celsius.
65 degrees Fahrenheit = 18.3 degrees Celsius.
60 degrees Fahrenheit = 15.5 degrees Celsius.
35 degrees Celsius = 95 degrees Fahrenheit.
Degrees K or F, no. Degrees C, yes
65ºF = 18.33ºC
The highest recorded temperature was 107 degrees reached three different times. The lowest was -22 in 1994. Areas just outside of Louisville dropped to as low as -41 but these were not official stations.