I smell gas in this freezing cold when my 2003 subaru is on. Is it safe to drive it to work today?
This is a known phenomenon in cold weather on Foresters of that era.
The dealership is familiar with it and can provide the fix, which involves replacing certain clamps on the fuel lines.
Not sure which Subaru you own however there is a recall in salty states for 2002/2003 WRX to correct this. It is common on Subaru till about 2003 and usually as stated before the fuel lines/connctions needing to be clamped down. You can drive to work, maybe crack a window.