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Wind Chill Factors

Us this chart to factor in the temperature with the wind to formulate a wind chill reading.
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Wind
speed
(mph)
Thermometer reading (°F)
35
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
–5
–10
–15
–20
–25
–30
–35
–40
–45
5
33
27
21
19
12
7
0
–5
–10
–15
–21
–26
–31
–36
–42
–47
–52
10
22
16
10
3
–3
–9
–15
–22
–27
–34
–40
–46
–52
–58
–64
–71
–77
15
16
9
2
–5
–11
–18
–25
–31
–38
–45
–51
–58
–65
–72
–78
–85
–92
20
12
4
–3
–10
–17
–24
–31
–39
–46
–53
–60
–67
–74
–81
–88
–95
–103
25
8
1
–7
–15
–22
–29
–36
–44
–51
–59
–66
–74
–81
–88
–96
–103
–110
30
6
–2
–10
–18
–25
–33
–41
–49
–56
–64
–71
–79
–86
–93
–101
–109
–116
35
4
–4
–12
–20
–27
–35
–43
–52
–58
–67
–74
–82
–89
–97
–105
–113
–120
40
3
–5
–13
–21
–29
–37
–45
–53
–60
–69
–76
–84
–92
–100
–107
–115
–123
45
2
–6
–14
–22
–30
–38
–46
–54
–62
–70
–78
–85
–93
–102
–109
–117 –125

NOTE: This chart gives equivalent temperatures for combinations of wind speed and temperature. For example, the combination of a temperature of 10° Fahrenheit and a wind blowing at 10 mph has a cooling power equal to –9° F. Wind speeds of higher than 45 mph have little additional cooling effect.

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