I am feeling cold.

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It's very cold today and I am feeling cold.

It's winter, the weather is cold.
Are the above sentences correct?
 

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It's very cold today and I am feeling cold.
It's grammatically correct but there's no need for "feeling". You can just say "I am cold".

It's winter, the weather is cold.
You need to either use a semi-colon between the two parts or separate them into two sentences.

Are the above sentences correct?

See above in red.
 
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If you don't want to repeat the word cold in the first, you could replace very cold with something like freezing.
 
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