Or Texas ones, it seems. I was told they are quite warm compared to ours! We almost never have snow in central texas, but it gets cold enough for coat and scarves and wet and dreary. Australia- apparently it gets a bit cool- maybe get a cardigan out, but it's not really neccessary? Weird.
it can /sometimes/ go down past 5 celcius.... but not often where I live in victoria, yet we aussies just love complaining about the chill.... while we may be all rugged up (which usually does only consist of adding an under shirt and jumper to usual wear), I doubt europeans would feel the same... or texans... ...
Very true. I'm wondering if she'd be very meek in her worry, wanting Ron's comfort, or if she'll try to keep on a strong front until she finds her parents, brushing of Ron's comfort evne though she secretly depends on it. I've always found the way they depend on each other interesting.
I see her as iniitally trying to be strong- after all, Ron has just lost a brother- that's one of those situations where you think 'oh, I can't really complain- after all they are going through so much MORE'- but then Ron establishes he's there for her and can tell something is off- and she finally gives in and lets herself lean on him a bit.
Oh! I almost overlooked Ron dealing with Fred's death. With ht in mind, I think your description is the most likely. I think it wouldeven help Ron to have Hermione depend on him. His own way of coping of sorts.