Our expert says:
Honestly, no idea. Only sometimes? I mean, given that it's cold, I would be able to see how the cold temperatures might affect you, but if it only happen sometimes, then I'm very stumped.
The high rate of air moving through the passage would be the cause, but like I said, I don't know why that would apply on some occasions only.
So I'm sorry, I don't know. Hate to admit that...!
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