"However, it is cold today."
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でも is a little stronger. Think of it as で and も。で as in accepting the previous statement as truth, も as in 'also'. So it means "it's like that, but also ...." I find しかし as more hesitant. If i were to say i don't like to cook but i make my own dinner every night i would use しかし。If i were to say i don't like Japanese food but I love ramen I would use でも because the second sentence goes more against what i said in the first.