Wind Chill, Wind Chill Factor 

Wind Chill – Reference to the Wind Chill Factor, increased wind speeds accelerate heat loss from exposed skin, and the wind chill is a measure of this effect. No specific rules exist for determining when wind chill becomes dangerous. As a general rule, the threshold for potentially dangerous wind chill conditions is about -25℉

Wind Chill Factor – Increased wind speeds accelerate heat loss from exposed skin. No specific rules exist for potentially dangerous wind chill conditions, but it’s about -20℉

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