Even though, years ago, we all knew that it felt colder on windy winter days than on calm ones and that the cold could cause frostbite more quickly when a 20 mph breeze was added to sub-zero temperatures, we didn t hear much about windchill factors when we read or listened to the daily weather report. We heard the actual temperature and knew to add some extra covering when the wind made our faces sting.
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Print Headline: Why don’t weathermen tell us the full story about wind chill?