By: Kate Pabich
There's an old wives tale that changing temperatures like this can make you sick.
We talked to an expert to see if this weeks ups and downs should have you worried. Dr. Randel Cardott has the answer.
"Weather doesn't cause infection, theses bacteria and viruses we see come from other people, it's a people to people transmission. Now, there is some evidence that different infections spread differently in different weather patterns."
He says the flu virus is one that appears to spread faster in colder conditions, but the change in temperatures would not give someone the flu.