It’s a familiar scene in the living room, but this time the door is in the kitchen, and it’s a very, very loud one.
“I can’t sleep,” a man tells his wife as the kitchen door slams shut.
The woman is on the phone to her doctor.
“The doctor says he’s had to take me to the emergency room because of my back,” the woman says.
“This is crazy.”
That’s when the storm door slams in, sending the couple screaming into the living-room.
“Oh, my God!” they scream, and the house shakes violently.
It’s not just the storm-door-clashing, either.
The sounds come from the kitchen and from the shower, and then from the living rooms.
The couple is at a loss for words.
The first thing they think of is the house’s temperature, but that’s just the first thought.
When the house starts to fill with cold air, they can’t see anything else.
“How can that happen?” the man says to his wife.
“It’s not like we’re having any problems, is it?”
“It definitely is,” she replies.
“We’re just having a cold front.”
It’s only after the house is in a bit of a state that the couple thinks of what it might be like outside.
They’ve been to a couple of storms, and they’re not used to a snowstorm like this.
They’re both at a bit more than they’re comfortable with, but they’re prepared for anything.
It happens often.
In the past two months, the couple has had to spend about $500 each time they’ve had to evacuate their home.
“A lot of times, I’ll be out there for six or seven hours and we’ll just kind of be on the edge of our seats,” says the man.
“But this time we’ve been out there three days and we’re like, ‘Wow, it’s been four days, we’re pretty used to it.'”
The storm doors aren’t the only doors to be slammed in recent years.
In a new study, researchers found that when temperatures drop below freezing, storm doors are slammed in about half the time they were before.
There are many factors that make the storm shutters work, from the weather to the construction on the home, but researchers say the fact that they can go in at any time should make them more common.
“There are just certain types of storms that are much more prevalent, particularly in warmer climates,” said Michael Hiltzik, an atmospheric scientist at the National Center for Atmospheric Research.
“They’re just easier to get into.”
In the last two decades, the storm is a common event for many people in the United States.
In 2015, more than half of the states saw at least one snow storm, according to the National Weather Service.
In many of those states, there’s little or no storm door, but when a storm door is built, that means people are able to evacuate without going through the storm’s power.
The new study focused on a storm-closing mechanism known as the snowdrift, which happens when water evaporates in the winter.
Water vapor travels upward through the air and picks up moisture and warm air in the cold air.
The snowdrifts are often associated with severe thunderstorms, but it can also happen in milder weather.
In other words, the snow drifts aren’t going to happen every time you have a snow storm.
The research showed that a snowdrifting event happens more often in cold and wet climates, when the weather is colder.
“You have to have some sort of wind or moisture coming in and picking up moisture, and you have to get rid of some of the warm air,” said study co-author Matthew Noyes, a research scientist at Ohio State University.
“And then when that cool air picks up some of that moisture, you have some turbulence and you can get the snow in.”
The new research found that storm door shutters have a much greater chance of occurring during colder climates.
This is because they have a greater chance to travel in the wind.
“That’s why you can’t just have a stormdoor open,” Noyez said.
“When it’s cold enough, it opens and it closes.”
For people who are prepared for storms, there are other things they can do.
“Most people have a winter storm plan, and most people have to shut down their appliances if it gets cold enough,” Noyaes said.
For example, the study showed that when the temperature drops below zero, a lot of people who have storm doors in their homes will have to close their windows.
“If you have storm door open, you’re not going to be able to get your windows down, you know,” Norys said.
That means if the window is closed, the temperature in the house will drop below zero.
But the study also showed that people who didn’t have storm-doors in their home had