Image of man grilling on propane grill in the winter.

The temperature may be dropping, but that doesn’t mean you have to say goodbye to your grill. Whether you’re experiencing a warmer-than-normal day, or you just really have a hankering for burgers, you can safely use propane your grill all year long.

Just follow these guidelines courtesy of the grill masters at Weber.


Dress the part. Opt for warm layers you can shed as the grilling area gets too hot or add as the air gets too cold. Be careful about scarves or any other dangling accessories. They could catch fire. And wear fire-safe gloves instead of your normal snow gloves.


Take it outside. We know it’s cold, but grills should never be moved indoors, not even to your garage or under your awning or carport. They need proper ventilation and to be kept away from anything that could catch fire. So, stick to your backyard or uncovered patio.


Plan for longer cook times. Cold weather can increase your cook times. So have extra fuel on hand, remove snow from the area around your grill, and keep the lid on as much as possible to conserve heat.


And don’t forget to keep it covered when not in use to protect it from the elements.


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