Examples of windchill in a Sentence
It's cold outside, and it feels even colder because of the windchill.
Expect windchills in the 20s tonight.
Recent Examples of windchill from the Web
Winds out of the north, including gusts of up to 26 miles per hour, made Sunday feel even chillier, with windchill dropping temperatures into the high 40s, according to the service.
Take advantage of this zero-windchill time to get planting.
Of course, as Miller reminds us, the windchill outside is far below zero, and at 9 p.m., the Antarctic summer sun is high in the sky, so outside activities are rarely an option.
And the 10-degree cutoff doesn't count the windchill.
Operation White Flag goes into effect when the temperature or windchill in the city dips below 35 degrees.
The National Weather Service was forecasting a high of 18 degrees for Friday afternoon, with the temperature dropping to 10 Friday night, but with the windchill feeling about 15.
The windchill advisory on Dec. 31 was the first since mid-February in 2016.
Icy winds gusting across the state could further depress those air temperatures, prompting the NWS to issue a windchill advisory, valid until 10 a.m. Sunday.
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WINDCHILL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of windchill for English Language Learners
: the effect that wind has of making air feel colder than it actually is
: a temperature that shows how cold the air feels because of the wind
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