@LeafSLC Sounds like you've got an SL model, so make sure you use the climate timer to preheat your car before you start your commute. That one change alone should extend your range significantly. With an ICE car, which wastes more than 60% of the energy from the gasoline as heat, there's no shortage of heat available for keeping the cabin warm.
With an EV, any heat you add to the cabin is going to reduce your range. So, use the seat warmers, throw on warmer clothes, and don't run the A/C and heat at the same time (the windshield defog setting does that automatically - it's so annoying to have to turn off the A/C button all the time), and lower the set point and fan speed to the minimum needed to keep the windshield clear. On days when the windshield constantly fogs up, there's not much you can do - your range is going to suck.
Also, realize that cold air is more dense, so there are higher losses due to wind resistance during winter months. Same goes for ICE cars, but people seldom notice the mileage drop in winter months - EV owner tend to obsess about mileage more
Finally, the battery pack itself is less efficient in colder weather, more details on that here:https://www.comsol.com/blogs/why-car-ba ... d-weather/
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