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we actually used that formular for the windchill temperaturs in maths class. i was really surprised that it was so "simple"
@romangraef whats the formula for that?
@romangraef found one website telling it:
"We calculate a 'feels like temperature by taking into account the expected air temperature, relative humidity and the strength of the wind at around 5 feet (the typical height of an human face) combined with our understanding of how heat is lost from the human body during cold and windy days"
Interesting, never thought much into it until now.