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It really sounds like you need to check your engine cooling system. The symptoms you are describing are consistent with either very low engine coolant or a bad water pump. In either case, severe engine damage can result if it is not fixed promptly. Your problems will then be much bigger than a cold ride.
it is likely air flow if air is cold enought it can super cool a rad if you cover part of the rad partialy and the heat starts to come then slowely cover it more and more untill it hits the proper heat range