Wind Chill Factor Chart

COOLING POWER OF WIND EXPRESSED AS AN EQUIVALENT CHILL TEMPERATURE (UNDER CALM CONDITIONS)

ESTIMATED WIND SPEED (IN MPH)

ACTUAL THERMOMETER READING (F)

50 40 30 20 10

EQUIVALENT TEMPERATURES (F)

ESTIMATED WIND SPEED (IN MPH)

ACTUAL THERMOMETER READING (F)

50 40 30 20 10

EQUIVALENT TEMPERATURES (F)

Calm

50

40

30

20

10

0

-10

-20

-30

-40

-50

-60

5

48

37

27

16

6

-5

-15

-26

-36

-47

-57

-68

10

40

28

16

4

-9

-24

-33

-46

-58

-70

-83

-95

15

36

22

9

-5

-18

-32

-45

-58

-72

-85

-99

-112

20

32

18

4

-10

-25

-39

-53

-67

-82

-96

-110

-124

25

30

16

0

-15

-29

-44

-59

-74

-88

-104

-118

-133

30

28

13

-2

-18

-33

-48

-63

-79

-94

-109

-125

-140

35

27

11

-4

-21

-35

-51

-67

-82

-98

-113

-129

-145

40

26

10

-6

-21

-37

-53

-69

-85

-100

-116

-132

-148

Winds greater than 40 MPH have little additional effect.

LITTLE DANGER

(For properly clothed person) Maximum danger of false sense of security.

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