Sorry about this Cece, but your explanation as to why metals are cooler (or hotter), as the case (or climate), may be, isnt up to your usual mark.
In cold weather, metals would be cooler than say, wood, rubber, cloth, or any other poor conducter of heat because of a quality called Specific Heat Capacity- which is linked to the heat conductive properties of metals. The reason why metal would be cold to the touch, is that upon contact with human skin, the metal quickly absorbs latent from the human body, which is at a higher temperature. The reverse is true when say, if you touch the hood of car thats been parked in the sun for a while, you’ll wind up feeling like a bit of a fool. This is because the metal quickly transmits its own latent heat to the distended appendage in question (lets call it a hand).
Get with the program, schmuck.:smack: