That's right. My Tesla app sent me a notification 50 minutes ago that charging has started. I started with 4%. After 50 minutes of supercharging, I'm at 52%. It took about 15-20 minutes for the car to even begin charging. It just sat at 0kw charge speed for a long time. It's about 34 degrees outside at the charger in Seaside, OR. I had driven about an hour and a half before arriving at this charger and I was showing no power/regen limitations on the power gauge so I know the battery was warm. This is my first winter with the car. I knew there would be some sacrifice in charge time, but is it normal for it to be this slow? Charging at 66kw currently. Tried multiple stalls here in the past and the speed seems to be the same on all of them. Thoughts from veteran owners?