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Are there any reliable and/or easy to use “rule of thumb” guides for windchill calculations?
Weather forecasters often give two tempertures, the actual air temperature and a 'feel like' temperture that takes into account wind speed. Is there a rule of thumb for calcualting the 'feels like ...
Feb 3 '12 at 12:29
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