Definitions

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  • noun meteorology The still-air temperature equivalent to a given combination of temperature and wind speed - as far as its cooling effect on exposed flesh is concerned

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Examples

  • As I write this one, it's once again 34F out there, though the windchill is only 27F.

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  • As I write this one, it's once again 34F out there, though the windchill is only 27F.

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  • The Packers, on a day so cold that the windchill was the only factor, had Ray Nitschke, as well as Starr and Kramer and at least a half dozen others, remain household words.

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  • The Packers, on a day so cold that the windchill was the only factor, had Ray Nitschke, as well as Starr and Kramer and at least a half dozen others, remain household words.

    News - latimes.com

  • - 35C (windchill, which is what counts), snowing for the 10th day in a row, the city is incapable of clearing the roads, the Flames lost last night, and I broke two fingernails.

    Redskins Insider Podcast -- The Washington Post

  • No, it's not the fact that I actually heard the Miami weatherman use the phrase "windchill" when describing the temperature.

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  • No, it's not the fact that I actually heard the Miami weatherman use the phrase "windchill" when describing the temperature.

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  • Here in NW Ontario it was -22 C yesterday afternoon WITHOUT the windchill.

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  • Here in NW Ontario it was -22 C yesterday afternoon WITHOUT the windchill.

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  • But hey, the Giants won the NFC title in January 2008 when it was minus-3 and the windchill was minus-24.

    The Loss That Led to Wins

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