+9 F -- cold?
As Kanhef says: "Pish-Tosh!"
It's a mere 23F below freezing point, roughly -12C. Here in Stockholm today it's a mere -5C and we're practically walking around in our t-shirts - you should see the girls in miniskirts and tights and bosom-baring tops. Everyone's longing for -12C so we can have a decent winter for a change with crunchy snow, nice durable ice and air that gives your lungs a good scouring.
Also a freezer worth its salt (heh) is at least -18C. Which is normal up north, where they hate the raw damp namby-pamby winter here in the south. But then, they've got saunas and distill their own poteen and keep each other warm, and build hotels made of ice. And where they're going to move a whole town a ways from where it now to avoid subsidence.
Now if it gets down to -30C *and* the wind is blowing, you start wrapping up. Around -40 you start thinking about keeping the kids home from school. In Vietnam they do that at +10C (+18F).
(-18C = -65F... -30C = -88F... -40C = -106F... )
And the Sami and Inuit snigger at this and laugh at the soft southern immigrants...
(Paris cos she knows all about keeping in heat...)
Oh, yeah, I forgot to mention Siberia... ;-)