4 CHILL FACTOR
Here's a cool way to keep your chardonnay chilled during sunset.
NEVER mind The X Factor, it''s The chill factor
that''s starting to grip Brrr-itain.
Strong surface winds will increase the chill factor
with a maximum temperature of no more than 15C expected on both days, according to the Civil Aviation Affairs Meteorology Directorate.
You may have noticed a new term popping up with greater regularity in news reports this summer: the "heat index." This statistical interpolation used to be called the "temperature humidity index," but its simpler moniker has raised its stature to match its wintery cousin: the wind chill factor
If there's a wind chill factor
, or if your clothes are wet, body temperature falls faster.
THE ICEBOT -- With the wind chill factor
below -50[degrees], WHOI engineer Amy Kukulya and engineering technician Kris Newhall launch the robotic underwater vehicle REMUS into a hole cut into a stretch of sea ice extending into the Chukchi Sea from Barrow, Alaska, the northernmost city in the United States.
Pouring rain, the five degree centigrade temperature - the wind chill factor
made it feel much colder for the competitors - and debris washed on to the road by the deluge persuaded Cooke to seek an early shower.
Those who struggle with bushels and pecks will find relief here, as will those who cannot for the life of them remember standard drill sizes or the formula for wind chill factor
Rainer, a winter storm created a chill factor
of -30 degrees below zero.
The aggregate sand has low expansion, a high chill factor
, is easily wetted by organic and inorganic binders (though not by metals) and contains no free quartz.
The heating system had to maintain 13[degrees]c from -7[degrees]C outside temperature plus a severe wind chill factor
. Four LP gas-fired Powrmaster units were selected with associated flue and controls; two rated at 410kW output and two at 310kW output.
"We've had sustained 25-below wind chill factor
for multiple days and never had a problem with the B20."