Figured that you would pick up on your own blog...a homage?
30F - 40F Regular Gas, Liquid Feed Gas, or Liquid Fuel will all still work, but you're going to start to notice degraded performance on gas.
20F - 30F Regular Gas, Liquid Feed Gas, or Liquid Fuel will all still work, but you're going to notice degraded performance and you're going to have to use tricks on gas with many gas brands toward the low end of the temperature range.
10F - 20F You're getting below where regular gas stoves operate. If you're headed out in this kind of weather, do your self a favor and upgrade to a different type of stove. Yeah, if you fiddle with it enough, you can get your regular gas stove to work, but basic tricks don't work well down this low, and more advanced tricks can be dangerous. Dangerous as in severe injury or death...
Reinforces my observations about temperatures found Sierra and always using a stove with the canister inverted. A canister upright, the more volatile gas vaporizes first - burns off first, leaving increasingly poorer performance as the canister empties over time.
Inverted, (all liquid), solves this problem.
Mountainman who swims with trout