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The PSI rating on your tires is for cold tires.
As the rubber heats up from driving the air inside them expands & the PSI increases - likewise, when cold, the air inside contracts & the PSI decreases.
Nitrogen is not suspectable to this thermal expansion/contraction & is now being used by most tire shops.
++ on the moisture in the air freezing & causing the valve to stick
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