The workers over at Shiners Car Wash Center are feeling these harsh temperatures in more ways than one.
Employees told us, this winter has been their slowest time in years, and it's all because of Mother Nature.
Usually the business opens daily at 8 AM but lately the car wash has been forced to wait until noon to open its doors.
Employees say, the morning temperatures make their job almost impossible, because as soon as cars are sprayed with cleaner, ice immediately forms.
The record breaking temperatures also seem to be keeping people at home.
Manager of shiners car wash, JC Gunter, says there are a couple reasons why people aren't lining up to get a wash.
Manager of Shiners Car Wash said, “About every week there's a new storm coming in, when people see that in the forecast they think ill wash my car later. With the freezing temperatures we do let people know there's a chance you could scratch your car, and a lot of people rather not risk that."
Dealing with iced-over cars can be tricky, according to Gunter, who says he has to use extreme caution with the paint and windows of cars during the winter.
Cold months also mean spending more on cleaning supplies and chemicals for the business.
The colder the temperature the more chemicals are needed for the water-based cleaner.
Employees at the car wash suggest that drivers get their vehicle waxed for the winter months to protect your car not just from the weather, but also the harsh chemicals used on the roads.