windchill


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windchill

[ˈwɪndtʃɪl]
A. Nsensación f térmica efecto térmico producido por un viento frío y una baja temperatura
B. CPD the windchill factor N factor que determina la sensación térmica producida por un viento frío y una baja temperatura
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Snowless winds from Siberia resulted in a windchill factor of around -30 degrees.
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Windchill charts show "feels-like" temperatures of -10C across parts of central England by the weekend with widespread lows of between -5C and -7C.
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