You might want to check the intake manifold gasket. A small leak due to corrosion can turn starting into a problem in the cold weather. Then, when the engine warms up, the manifold is pulled tighter by the expansion due to heating and all is well. Take a propane torch --- don't light it-- and if you get the engine to start turn it on slightly and hold the end to the seam of the gasket slowly working your way around as much of it as you can get close to. If there is a leak you'll get a definite response and you'll know that you need to replace the gasket after trueing the face of the manifold.
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