There’s a reason why you should pay attention to wind chill: because being cold in a windy environment spells BAD news for survival. Of course, being wet and cold is even worse! That said, this Wind Chill Frostbite Chart is an interesting one because it attempts to estimate how long it takes for a human to develop frostbite given wind speed and exposure time. Regardless, exposure to wind when cold should always be avoided, but this chart can help you get an idea of how quickly frostbite can set in.
Take a moment and click here to read why you should stick around as well as what to expect in the future. Learn from my experiences, share your own in the comments below, and otherwise have a good time here. :)
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