Wind-chill-factor meaning

wĭnd'chĭl'
The temperature of windless air that would have the same effect on exposed human skin as a given combination of wind speed and air temperature.
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The temperature of windless air that would have the same effect on exposed human skin as a particular combination of wind speed and air temperature. As the wind blows faster, heat is lost more quickly from exposed skin, making a person feel colder even though the air temperature remains the same.
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