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“They take into account the wind-chill factor, precipitation and other weather conditions, McAvoy says.”
“After the 2008 game, which saw him attempt five kickoffs and five field goals with the wind-chill factor approaching -30 degrees, he discovered an angry, bulging knot in his foot.”
“On a frigid day when the wind-chill factor at kickoff was 8 degrees, an early-arriving crowd departed early, too.”
“While the timing isn't ideal and the temperature with wind-chill factored in was around 1 degree, it could have been much worse.”
“Add to that 25 miles per hour wind that brought the wind-chill down to minus 40 degrees F.”
“The temperature at game time was minus-one, with a wind-chill factor of minus-23.”
“The wind was 30 miles an hour, the wind-chill somewhere below zero and it was never a contest.”
“• Exposure to a high wind-chill factor, high humidity, or cool, damp environments can increase the risk of hypothermia.”
“It was 36 degrees but the wind-chill made it seem colder.”
“Northwest winds from 15 to 25 mph, with gusts to 35 mph, dropped wind-chill readings below zero.”
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