Welcome, I am relatively new here too. I have noticed that many of us feel the cold and especially in our hands and feet. I have had cold feet since my 20s but only diagnosed with inflammatory arthritis about 4 years ago- am now 56. During the last 2 years my hands have become increasingly freezing although they usually look like they have been dipped in boiling water! Out of the house is not so bad as I wear gloves nearly all the time but inside it's harder and I notice it more. I have numerous fingerless gloves but they are cumbersome when doing things. Hand warmers and hot bottles make them quite inflammed so I prefer gloves or blankets.
I just noticed today a couple of people have mentioned cold hands and feet in their posts. My consultant said it's a touch of Reynaulds, not bad enough for medication and the tips of my fingers are quite soft which he says is good- not my toes though but that's probably just grotty feet! Shaking hands with people is difficult as they are shocked at how cold my fingers are but I know many people on here can't even shake hands because of the pain.
All the best with everything and you will find people very supportive on here and understand. x