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wind-chill effective temperature


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An air-temperature index that is an approximation of the loss of sensible heat from exposed skin through a combination of low temperatures and wind. It is defined, and quoted, as the still-air temperature that would give the same heat loss (wind-chill factor) as exposure to the ambient air under the prevailing wind conditions.

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