Can You Light A Propane Grill In The Winter?
You may or may not have heard rumors that you can’t use a propane grill in the winter, that it just won’t light. Although sometimes barbecues are sensitive to the drop in temperature that comes with winter, it is very unlikely that your grill won’t light. While there are places on earth where the ambient temperature will drop below -44°F/-42°C it can be possible that the liquid propane cannot properly vaporize and ignition is impossible, however, that is an extreme case and very unlikely even in Ontario and Vermont. If you are experiencing poor heating or less than ideal looking flames, it is more likely that you need to do a regulator reset, or clean the burner ports. Regular grill maintenance is the key to the performance of your grill, especially in extreme weather conditions.