Re: Too cold to pour cement?
hmm, if i remember correctly thats just about the freezing point in fahrenheit, not sure though i deal in celcius. slabs can be iffy at that temperature. if you do place the concrete get yourself a insulated tarp and cover it over to keep the frost off it. as its trowled the water will come to the surface and will freeze, this surface water is what will cause issues which can create flaking. besides that the next most important thing i can tell you is DO NOT PUT DOWN SALT !!! to melt snow and ice for the first two months. the calcium in the salt will adversely affect the green concrete and will cause severe flaking. i have seen this happen where people have put down salt on a new slab and it destroyed the finish. the slab had to be jack hammered up and redone
fire up the saw and make some dust