A Metric Wind Chill Calculator
Wind Chill is a measurement of the cooling effect that wind
has on the human body. As wind speed increases, it also increases the rate
at which a body loses heat, so the air on a windy day feels cooler than the
true measured temperature with a thermometer. This heat loss can be calculated
for various combinations of wind speed and air temperature and then converted
to a wind chill equivalent temperature, called a wind chill factor.
This one Works Correctly,Compared to the National Weather Service Chart!
The revised Algrabraic Formula created on Nov. 1 2001 is:
WindChill in º F = ((((.6215)*(temp))+(35.74))-(35.75)*(Math.pow
This is Posted at: " http://www.nws.noaa.gov/om/windchill/index.shtml "
Click on any of the gray pads to calculate all variables!