The Long Winter - Week 2

Check the sunrise and sunset times in your state here.

WIND CHILL FACTOR - Still-air temperature that would have the same cooling effect on exposed skin as a given combination of temperature and wind speed. As the wind speed increases, the wind chill equivalent temperature decreases; e.g., an air temperature of 30 °F ( – 1.1 °C) with a wind speed of 20 mph (32.2 kph) produces a wind chill of 17 °F ( – 8 °C). Wind chill is often included in weather reports to describe how cold it feels.




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