Wind Chill Conversion Calculators
Wind chill is the "apparent temperature" felt on exposed skin due to wind.
Apparent air temperature is a measure of the amount of heat the human body loses outdoors in the wind. In that sense, it is an indication of the air temperature perceived by your body.
How to use the chart
Find the temperature across the top row, then the speed of the wind on the left. Where the two lines meet is the wind chill.
For example, if the temperature, is 30-degs, and the wind is 50-mph, then it feels like 12-degs.