What is the coldest wind chill ever recorded?

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  1. Thoreau Valued Senior Member

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    I wasn't talking to you which is why I quoted someone else.

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  3. Ophiolite Valued Senior Member

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    I know you weren't talking to me, but my mild insult was directed against you.

    I'm glad you found the information useful.
     
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  5. macie21 Registered Member

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    Don't know for sure, :shrug: but maybe it's 184 to -192 F in Vostok July 3 2004.

    What is Wind Chill? :bugeye:

    Wind chill is the apparent temperature felt on exposed skin due to wind. The degree of this phenomenon depends on both air temperature and wind speed. The wind chill temperature (often popularly called the wind chill factor) is always lower than the air temperature for values where the wind chill formula is valid. In cases where the apparent temperature is higher than the air temperature, the heat index is used instead.
     
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