Weather Tidbits: Wind Chill

This Weather Tidbits focuses on wind chill. The wind chill is the temperature of how cold the air feels on your skin when wind is applied. This apparent temperature is determined by a formula and broken down into a chart of exposure time to frostbite. When the wind is light, the closer the wind chill will be to the actual air temperature. However, when the wind is strong, the colder that wind chill will be from the actual air temperature. Also, we check out the criteria of a wind chill warning and advisory on Delmarva.

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