I’ll bite. I may regret it, because this has been rebutted MULTIPLE times.
The temperature in New England in the spring months can often dip below freezing, the weather system uses real weather data from that region.
When the electricity is down, and there are no people living in houses, walking around and heating up the ambient temperature, a house will quickly equalize with the outside ambient temperature ( depending on construction materials and insulation - which we dont model yet, but American houses tend not to bother with much insulation )
This means it is entirely feasible and normal for water to freeze in spring, inside houses.
As for the hunger system, I don’t know how many more times we can repeat it, or how people still seem to think it is required that they look at charts and understand how it works in detail.
If it says you are hungry, then eat, if it says you are famished then you really need to eat. if it dosnt say you are hungry or famished,then you dont need to eat, but if your stomach is empty, you still could if you wanted to.
It is unbelievably simple, you will not starve from confusion at the feedback.
There is nothing wrong with these systems apart from minor quibbles on how things are displayed, they are working as intended and will not be “fixed”.