Oh, the weather outside is frightful, and your asthma is not delightful. You want to get out and exercise in your winter wonderland, but your asthma is always with you. Everyone is different, but it's likely that when cold weather is in the forecast, you can expect your asthma symptoms to be more severe. Air is not only more frigid but dry, as well, and colds and flu are more prevalent in winter. Here's how to manage your asthma and have fun in winter.