With a few tips on how to dress you should be fine and ready to rawk that fresh cool breeze, no problem.
Dress in Layers, not bulky clothes ~ So start with a thin layer of synthetic material such as polypropylene, which wicks sweat from your body. Stay away from cotton because it holds the moisture and will keep you wet. An outer, breathable layer of nylon or Gore-Tex will help protect you against wind and precipitation, while still letting out heat and moisture to prevent overheating and chilling.
So REALLY COLD takes a bit more. If it’s really cold out, you’ll need a middle layer, such as polar fleece, for added insulation.
Always Protect Your Hands and Feet did you know schmexie that as much as 30% of your body heat escapes through your hands and feet. layers of thin socks, and mittens are best for hands.
WIND Chill is a BIG Factor. Be careful of windchill and if the wind is strong, it penetrates your clothes and removes the insulating layer of warm air around you. Your movement also creates wind chill because it increases air movement past your body. If the temperature dips below zero or the wind chill is below minus 20, hit the treadmill instead.
Avoid Overdressing You’re going to warm up once you get moving, so you should feel a little bit chilly when you start your run. A good rule of thumb: Dress as if it’s 20 degrees warmer outside than it really is. Be prepared to shed clothes as you go, can always pick up later. So check out this 6 mile run it was a bit frigid by the Ocean, but it got HOT pretty quick, by mile one was not cold anymore. So Famous Saying in Colorado where I grew up “It’s not to cold, you are just wearing stupid clothes”