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As a matter of fact, the only substance that won't freeze at atmospheric pressure is helium. You have to put helium under higher pressure before it will freeze.
well, there is a discrepency in the second law of thermodynamics...it is marginally possible that the particles in the air that have a low temperature would condense at a single point (in front of your face, in your scenario).this possibility, however, is very small. something in the neighborhood of 1*10^-(insert high number here)
it does not say it cannot momentarily reduce,
the possibility is that the particles with low kinetic energy could condense at a single energy, thereby decreasing the temperature of that point.