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Jimmy Kimmel pokes fun of LA cold-weather wimps

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Imagine 55 degrees. That'd be a balmy blast of welcome warmth in Minnesota, where highs were in the low teens in the metro Monday, and far chillier in northern reaches of the state.

But in Los Angeles, 55 degrees was so shockingly cold that news teams mobilized bundled-up reporters for team coverage and anchors fretted about getting coats for their children.

All of this amused late night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel, who said, "We really have no idea how silly we would look if people in places like Milwaukee saw how we react when the temperature drops below 55." He did a funny bit on it:

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